The Lake District Guide

Lake District Walks

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Great Gable from Wasdale
Scafell from Wasdale

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Carrock Fell from Mosedale
Steel Fell from Grasmere

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Skiddaw from Keswick
Binsey Fell from Bassenthwaite

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Stone Arthur from Grasmere
St Sunday Crag from Patterdale

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Seven Northern Fells (Bassenthwaite)
The Buttermere Fells

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Black Combe from Whicham (Grid ref: 136827). The village lies on the A595, half-a-mile before it turns sharp right to continue along the west coast.

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Wansfell Pike from Ambleside

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Grisedale Pike from Whinlatter Pass (Braithwaite), near Keswick

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High Spy and Maiden Moor from Borrowdale

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Yoke, Ill Bell and Froswick from Troutbeck Church

Page 11 Loadpot Travel early on an Ullswater Steamer to Pooley Bridge to begin your walk to the superb Loadpot Hill, at the northern end of the High Street range.
Page 12 Lonscale Fell This walk encompasses Lonscale Fell's dramatic northern side and returns along an old packhorse route on the eastern face, one side of the great cleft containing the dramatic Glenderaterra Beck.
Page 13 Mellbreak Mellbreak stands powerfully aloof and magnificently solitary beside Crummock Water. A climb of the magnificent peaks is rewarded with stunning views.
Page 14 Seat Sandal Seat Sandal, which rises over Dunmail Raise, is an intriguing grassy hump with a flat summit and a plunging east face, enticing you to climb it......
Page 15 Wansfell Pike Wansfell Pike lies at the end of a grassy spur of Caudale Moor, which separates Ambleside from the lovely Troutbeck Valley. This challenging walk offers spectacular views.....
Page 16 Hallin Fell and Martindale Hallin Fell summit offers one of the National Park's greatest views. One can look over Ullswater, and on very clear days away north into Scotland....
Page 17 Haystacks and Blake Fell - Lake District Walks
Page 18 Blea Tarn/Side Pike/Lingmoor
Page 19 Coniston Old Man - the ascent of Coniston Old Man
Page 20 Cold Pike and Wild Boar Fell

Links for walkers

Mark Scott's classic fell walks: if you'd like a well-organised walk, with the assurance of a leader who knows what he's doing and can add to your understanding and enjoyment of the countryside in the Lakes, try Mark Scott. Perhaps the premier Lakes Walks site, the detail and photographs are wonderful and add immeasurably to your enjoyment of a day out in the Lakes.

Share the Fell Walking Experience with Andy - his excellent website has walk descriptions and photographs from the Lakes, English, Scottish and Welsh mountains - it's somewhere for Andy to share his walking experiences and challenges.