GroupGradeTimeWalkGrid RefMilesAsc(ft)LeaderPhone
Wednesday 21 March 2018
AChallenging8:30amLimestone Lilt - Orton, Great Asby Scar, Sunbiggin TarnNY 622082142000Chris Lloyd01768 868581
B+Strenuous9:00amLittle Fell and High Seat from OuthgillNY 783 0052038Neil McGeown01768 398808
BModerate9:15amYoke, Ill Bell & FroswickNY437068102600Martin Hodgson01768 899307
Three peaks south of Kirkstone pass from Troutbeck
BCModerate9:30amCumwhitton and HornsbyNY5055227850Irene Wilson016974 73639
CLeisurely9:30amHesket New MarketNY 3853406100Basil Thompson01768 866127
StrEasy10:30amAround Little Mell FellNY4232405500Eileen Monk01768 483538
Little Mell is a small fell standing to the north of Ullswater near to Watermillock. The walk, on country roads and good tracks, gives lovely views over the surrounding countryside and hills.
Friday 23 March 2018
ESStrenuous9:30amGreat Rundale, Maize Beck & High Cup Nick from DuftonNY689250102000Roger Leech07841 378121
Note early start
England Tourism Week Public Walk led by Penrith Ramblers from Dufton Green. Meet on the Green at 09.15 to register (not the Rugby Club). The walk will be an introduction to the North Pennines, taking in some iconic views.
ESModerate10:30amUp and Over Dufton Pike from Dufton GreenNY6892501200Graham Allan01768 890390
England Tourism Week public walk. Meet on Dufton Green at 10.15 to register (not the Rugby Club). This walk will be joint with 'Around and Behind Dufton Pike' excepting for the ascent and descent of the Pike itself for those who able.
ESLeisurely10:30amAround and Behind Dufton Pike from Dufton GreenNY689250700Charlie Shepherd07766830007
England Tourism Week public walk. Meet on Dufton Green at 10.15 to register (not the Rugby Club). This walk will be joint with 'Up and Over Dufton Pike' excepting for the section where those who are able ascend and descend the Pike.
Saturday 24 March 2018
SatModerate9:00amHole in the Wall and Red Tarn at an easy paceNY 3501542300Sue Marshall01768 897159
This walk replaces the walk previously scheduled
This walk has been cancelled
SatModerate9:00amPotter FellNY 40600391200Dorothy Milner01768 898578
Wednesday 28 March 2018
AChallenging8:30amSeathwaite Saunter - Great End, Allen Crags, GlaramaraNY 235122123700John Whittaker01768 866225
B+Moderate9:00amThe Other BorrowdaleNY 571 03781500Sandy Higgins07801716608
The Other Borrowdale. Shap Summit, Huck's Bridge, High Borrowdale, Roundthwaite Common to Crookdale Crag
BModerate9:15amScout Scar Cunswick ScarSD4869198800Andrew Chatfield01768 606074
A low level walk to the west of Kendal
CLeisurely9:30amWhinfell Forest and Cliburn MossNY 5882456700Joyce Slack017683 51368
StrEasy10:30amAlong by the River Petteril to WreayNY445497250Irene Wilson016974 73639
This walk explores both woods and church - Wreay Woods Nature Reserve, a wonderfully diverse ancient woodland, and the church of St Mary’s, Wreay, one of the most astonishing little churches in England.
Saturday 31 March 2018
SatStrenuous9:00amBowscale Fell, Bannerdale and Souther FellNY 333304102500Sue Tomlinson01768 865622
At an easy pace
Wednesday 4 April 2018
AChallenging8:30amHowgill Haka - Cautley Spout, The Calf, Fell HeadSD 665919143500Debbie Thompson07788 496675
B+Strenuous9:00amBirkett Fell, the Dodds and Clough Head from High RowNY 337 19510½2800Graham Allan01768 890390
BModerate9:15amSheffield PikeNY37311781800David Dixon01768 863155
Sheffield Pike & Glenridding Beck
BCModerate9:30amGowbarrow from Aira ForceNY40120181500Irene Wilson016974 73639
CLeisurely9:30amHigh Force and Bowlees GeotrailNY8852865400Mike Eden017683 52411
StrEasy10:30amRutter FallsNY6821584luwDiane Case01539 624521
A fantastic walk featuring lovely paths alongside the River Eden and Hoff Beck and an idyllic centrepiece in the waterfall of Rutter Force.
Friday 6 April 2018
ESModerate9:30amSue Millar Memorial Walk from KeswickNY2622361400Graham Allan01768 890390
We start from Elliott Park, Keswick, behind Booths car park (not the Rugby Club). The walk takes in Castlerigg, St Johns Church, the Derwentwater Millennium Stone & Hope Park - some of Sue's favourite spots. It will also include reflections on Sue's life.
Saturday 7 April 2018
SatModerate9:00amBrown Hills, Greenside, Seldom SeenNY 37619271700Ian Clement01768 862330
Wednesday 11 April 2018
AChallenging8:30amFusedale Fire -High Raise, Knott, Angletarn Pikes, Beda FellNY 436192122800Clare Edgar01228 576289
B+Strenuous9:00amGreat Calva to Great CockupNY 291 311102400Sue Marshall01768 897159
BModerate9:15amLatrigg to Skiddaw and Skiddaw HouseNY26029092000Harry Upton017684 80191
BCModerate9:30amSt John’s in the Vale and ThirlmereNY 3152251200Ray Chappels017683 42798
CLeisurely9:30amHeads Nook and HaytonNY5005707660Irene Wilson016974 73639
StrEasy10:30amMirehouse and Dodd WoodNY2442734luwHilary Talbot01768 840151
An easy walk exploring the rural area around Mirehouse and the lovely church of St Bega. Alternatively, a more challenging walk with a fairly steep start, followed by a good forest track, to a high point with extensive views (5 miles/900ft).
Saturday 14 April 2018
SatStrenuous9:00amAround The NabNY 442123102850Jean Bradshaw01768 865240
At an easy pace
Wednesday 18 April 2018
AChallenging8:30amFloutern Fantasia - Burnbank, Blake, Hen Comb, MellbreakNY 134210114300Allan Ousby01697 473674
B+Strenuous9:00amButtermere, Fleetwith Pike to Red PikeNy 206 132103800Roger Pickett01768 895794
Buttermere, Fleetwith Pike, Hay Stacks, High Crag, Red Pike and Sour Milk Gill
BModerate9:15amHigh Seat & Archy StyriggNY80200381570Neil McGeown01768 398808
A moderate walk in the Mallerstang Valley from Outhgill
BCModerate9:30amSouth StainmoreNY 88510581200Philip Holland01768 840788
CLeisurely9:30amCrosby Garrett and Smardale (primrose walk)NY7260946500Christine McNaughton01768 864127
StrEasy10:30amForce Crag Mine from BraithwaiteNY227237500Jane Hardcastle017684 80156
A wonderfully easy way to get in amongst the fells. A linear walk along the gravelled track to Force Crag Mine which is situated at the far end of a glacial hanging valley.
Saturday 21 April 2018
SatModerate9:00amGreat Asby Scar from OrtonNY 6470921500Andy Bryan017683 71214
Wednesday 25 April 2018
AChallenging8:30amGrasmoor Grit - Direct AW Route, Wandope, Rannerdale KnottsNY 15920782800Dave Hall01946861369
B+Strenuous9:00amArnison Crag to St Sunday Crag and Lanty's TarnNY 380 1442900Andy Bryan017683 71214
Arnison Crag, Birks, Gavel Pike, St Sunday Crag and Lanty's Tarn
BModerate9:15amOrrest HeadSD41399481400Andrew Chatfield01768 606074
Views from above Windermere
CLeisurely9:30amWetheral and CumwhittonNY4685435470Irene Wilson016974 73639
StrEasy10:30amThe Patterdale LoopNY3701505500Maureen Winder01768 867330
This lovely walk, on public roads and rough paths, through woodland and grazing land is into the delightful Grisedale Valley.
Saturday 28 April 2018
SatModerate9:00amCrosby Ravensworth, Gaythorne Hall & Robin Hood's GraveNY 617107101200Sue Marshall01768 897159
Wednesday 2 May 2018
AChallenging8:30amNewlands Nirvana - Maiden Moor, Dale Head, RobinsonNY 229201123800Sue Tomlinson01768 865622
B+Strenuous9:00amPavey Ark, Pike of Stickle and Harrrison StickleNY 284 07982500Sheila Stuart016974 72734
The walk include Thunacar Knott, an optional scramble up and down Pike of Stickle and a hard downhill scramble from Pavey Ark towards the end of the walk”. There is a second leader, Carole Willett, 01931 713219 or 07977658889
BModerate9:15amBampton CommonNY47416381510Kathy Taylor0772 168085
Bampton Common and Loadpot Hill
BCModerate9:30amSelworthy and the AllerdiceNY13231181030Irene Wilson016974 73639
CLeisurely10:00amShap Abbey roundNY 1555456250Basil Thompson01768 866127
StrEasy10:00amRydal WaterNY3650625500Maureen and Peter Ward01768 840153
A circular walk, with stunning scenery, around Rydal Water. Walking along the famous’coffin road’, past Rydal Mount where Wordsworth once lived and with opportunity to visit the wonderful gardens at Rydal Hall.
Thursday 3 May 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmBowscale Tarn4-Neil McGeown01768 398808
Saturday 5 May 2018
SatModerate9:00amBlack Crag and Holme Fell from Tarn HowsSD 32499971900Janet Upton01768480191
Wednesday 9 May 2018
AChallenging8:30amSwindale Swagger - Selside, Branstree, Harter FellNY 521142133500John Whittaker01768 866225
B+Strenuous9:15amDovedale, Hart Crag, Hartsop above HowNY 370 1102700Roger Eves01768 840239
BModerate9:15amCrummock WaterNY16618381100David Dixon01768 863155
A circuit of Crummock Water via Rannerdale Knotts - Bluebell time hopefully
CLeisurely9:30amMallerstang circular from NatebyNY5285807400(TBA)
StrEasy10:00amGroup walk with Trainer4-Janet Upton01768480191
Alan Conway, trainer appointed by Penrith Ramblers, will lead a walk which will help us all to enjoy the Fells in safety.
Thursday 10 May 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmKnipe Scar4-Mary Teasdale01768 865398
Saturday 12 May 2018
SatModerate9:00amGlencoyne Terrace from Aira ForceNY 37318581500Maureen Winder01768 867330
Wednesday 16 May 2018
AChallenging8:30amDonald Delirium - White Coomb (a Corbett) & 3 extra Donalds!NT 186145133500Neil Beatham01768 866377
B+Strenuous9:00amGowk Hill, High Street and Beda FellNY 436 127103000Ian Clement01768 862330
BModerate9:15amLoweswaterNY1172032170Andrew Chatfield01768 606074
Loweswater, Burnbank Fell, Carling Knott, Blake Fell & High Nook Tarn
BCModerate9:30amLatriggNY27524571200Mary Teasdale01768 865398
CLeisurely10:00amFlakebridge A Bluebell Walk5250Charles Hirst017683 51494
StrEasy10:00amFlakebridge Bluebell WalkNY6892495700Jim Sellars01768 362363
In the bluebell season Flakebridge Wood is one of the best places in Cumbria to view these beautiful flowers.
Thursday 17 May 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmAira Force4-Maureen Winder01768 867330
Saturday 19 May 2018
SatModerate9:00amGreen Bell, Southwaite, GreengateNY 7750681300Ian Clement01768 862330
Wednesday 23 May 2018
AChallenging8:30amWellhope Wonder - Nentsberry, Carrshield, Killhope LawNY 780436122500Roger Leech07841 378121
B+Strenuous9:00amUllock Pike, Longside Edge, Carlside, Skiddaw and BakestallNY 260 2902850Nick Ash017683 98651
Peterhouse Farm, Barkbeth, Ullock Pike, Longside Edge, Carl Side, Skiddaw and Birkett edge to Cumbria Way and Back to Peterhouse Farm.
BModerate9:15amHartsideNY6234161560Neil McGeown01768 398808
Up Hartside from Gamblesby
CLeisurely9:30amSizergh and Scout Scar AreaSD498879600(TBA)
StrEasy10:00amSunbiggin TarnNY6740785500Diane Case01539 624521
Another opportunity to explore the area around Sunbiggin Tarn noted, at this time of year, for the beautiful Bird’s Eye Primrose.
Thursday 24 May 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmFlakebridge4-Jim Sellars01768 362363
Saturday 26 May 2018
SatModerate9:00amGarrigill and NentheadNY 7454161600Heather Edwards01768 88227
Mountain pansies, wild orchids and nesting birds in the North Pennines AONB
Wednesday 30 May 2018
AChallenging8:30amLangdale Largesse - Pavey Ark, Pike of Stickle, Rossett PikeNY 294064113450Angela Robinson07787937456
B+Strenuous9:00amStonethwaite, Greenup Gill, Ullscarf, Watendlath, Dock TarnNY 291 1222700Trevor Davis01539 823924
BModerate9:15amFells to the Southern end of HaweswaterNY44610172670Martin Hodgson01768 899307
Harter Fell & Mardale Ill Bell
BCModerate9:30amOxnop Gill and Ivelet from MukerSD9209807800Ray Chappels017683 42798
CLeisurely10:00amPendragon Castle250Basil Thompson01768 866127
StrEasy10:00amCaldbeck and Hesket NewmarketNY342386500Harry Upton017684 80191
A circular walk from the picturesque village of Caldbeck, taking in Hesket Newmarket via the Cumbria Way.
Thursday 31 May 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmBrothers Water4-Kathy Taylor0772 168085
Wednesday 6 June 2018
AChallenging8:30amUllswater Ultra - Helvellyn via Striding and Swirral EdgesNY 386188133500Dave Hall01946861369
B+Strenuous8:45amThe Roman Wall. Vindolanda to GreenheadNY 788 691122000Heather Edwards01768 88227
Note early start
Vindolanda to Greenhead via Housesteads, Cuddy's Crag and Steel Rigg. The Fellrunner bus is being hired for this walk at a cost of £6 per person, based on 16 people attending. Please book in advance to save being disappointed.
BModerate9:15amBirkbeck FellsNY5670691100Graham Allan01768 890390
Birkbeck Fells from Scout Green
CLeisurely10:00amThrelkeld Lowe reaches and BlencathraNY3202536500Mavis Taylor01768 866088
StrEasy10:00amKeswick, Town and LakesideNY2652295luwGwen Mandale01768 483553
An enjoyable walk through Keswick, along the shore of Derwentwater to Friar’s Crag and beyond. Stunning lake and mountain views.
Thursday 7 June 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmNewlands Valley from Uzzicar Farm4500Martin Hodgson01768 899307
Saturday 9 June 2018
SatModerate9:00amAround Carrock Fell and High PikeNY 3193501500Harry Upton017684 80191
Wednesday 13 June 2018
AChallenging8:30amDeepdale Delectation - St Sunday, Hart and Dove CragsNY 402134133500Debbie Thompson07788 496675
B+Strenuous9:00amKirkstone Pass, Caiston Glen, Red Screes, John Bell's BannerNY 413 09782850Roger Pickett01768 895794
BModerate9:15amEasdale tarnNY30209381990Andrew Chatfield01768 606074
Tarn Crag, Easdale Tarn & Codale Tarn
BCModerate9:30amPooley Bridge, Barton Fell, HowtownNY46022081000Philip Holland01768 840788
CLeisurely10:00amHeltondaleNY4072147450Marjorie Oakey01768 890194
StrEasy10:00amA circuit of Buttermere from Buttermere VillageNY175169200Charlie Shepherd07766830007
This is, deservedly, one of the Lake District’s most popular short walks with exceptional mountain views.
Thursday 14 June 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmHaltcliff Bridge - SW of Hesket Newmarket3673664-Guilly Fletcher017684 84504
Wednesday 20 June 2018
AChallenging8:30amColedale Charisma - Grisedale Pike, Hopegill Head, GrasmoorNY 232237133600Chris Lloyd01768 868581
B+Strenuous9:00amKing’s Forest of Geltsdale and Cumrew Fell from NewbigginNY 562 47111½2100Graham Allan01768 890390
BModerate9:15amLoughriggNY3640622190Michael Edwards07554 049328
A walk in one of the most beautiful parts of the Lake District
CLeisurely10:00amMuker a wild flower walkNY8920126780Mike Eden017683 52411
StrEasy10:00amGaythorne Plain and Asby Winderwath CommonNY6491075570Gill Hodgson01768 899307
A gentle walk through a National Nature Reserve with an extensive limestone pavement hiding a wealth of plants.
Thursday 21 June 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmShap / Shap Abbey4-Sandra Parry07882 616904
The second leader for this walk will be Jennifer Ray
Saturday 23 June 2018
SatStrenuous9:00amLangdale Pikes from New Dungeon GhyllNY 27707382500Neil Beatham01768 866377
Wednesday 27 June 2018
AChallenging8:30amMosedale Meander - Pillar, Red Pike, YewbarrowNY 187085114200Neil Beatham01768 866377
B+Strenuous9:00amBram Rigg, The Calf, Bush Howe and the Lune valleySD 667 97010½2850Martin Hodgson01768 899307
BModerate8:45amBlack CragSD32199971900David Dixon01768 863155
Note early start
Black Crag & Holme Fell
BCModerate9:30amGreat and Little AsbyNY685115900Sue Elliott01768 891901
CLeisurely10:00amFox's pulpit and Dales WaySD6169636500Christine McNaughton01768 864127
StrEasy10:00amHowtown to Pooley BridgeNY4672435300Neil McGeown01768 398808
Extensive views over Ullswater on this delightful walk through farmland and open fell and, finally, following the water’s edge to reach Pooley Bridge. Note: We will be catching the Ullswater steamer at 10.55. Cost; parking and boat fare, approx. £10.
Thursday 28 June 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmMartindale4-Sue Tomlinson01768 865622
Wednesday 4 July 2018
AChallenging8:30amGlaramara Glitz - Bessyboot, Allen Crags, Seathwaite FellNY 235122113250Clare Edgar01228 576289
B+Strenuous9:00amRed Pike via Bleaberry Tarn, High Stile and High CragNY 160 15472900Jean Bradshaw01768 865240
BModerate9:15amBleaberry FellNY2851952200Maureen Winder01768 867330
Walla Crag, Bleaberry Fell & High Street
CLeisurely9:30amBrampton and Gelt WoodNY 528580300(TBA)
StrEasy10:00amCastle Rigg and St John’s in the Vale4650Maureen Winder01768 867330
A firm favourite, a lovely walk with a wonderfully atmospheric stone circle, a secluded tarn and stunning scenery.
Thursday 5 July 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmSt John's in the Vale4-David Dixon01768 863155
Saturday 7 July 2018
SatModerate9:00amLoadpot Hill and Cawdale from Helton FellNY 477177111800Frances Bell01768 892806
Wednesday 11 July 2018
AChallenging8:30amRampsgill Romp - Arthur's Pike, High Raise, Rest DoddNY 436192133700John Whittaker01768 866225
B+Strenuous9:00amYoke, Ill Bell, Froswick and Thornthwaite BeaconNY 435 085123000Sue Marshall01768 897159
BModerate9:15amHigh PikeNY2953302100Andrew Chatfield01768 606074
High Pike, Knott, Great Sca & Brae from Fellside
BCModerate9:30amLeyburn Shawl and WensleySE090900650Ray Chappels017683 42798
CLeisurely10:00amArnside-Grange over SandsSD4587896300Mavis Taylor01768 866088
StrEasy10:00amStonethwaiteNY2621375500Hilary Talbot01768 840151
A low level walk through contrasting and spectacular Lakeland mountain scenery with striking river features.
Thursday 12 July 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmWetheral & Great Corby4-Irene Wilson016974 73639
Wednesday 18 July 2018
AChallenging8:30amCaldbeck Crusade - High Pike, Knott and Great Sca FellNY 323399143500Allan Ousby01697 473674
B+Strenuous9:00amThe Thrang, Wild Boar Fell, Swarth Fell and Lady Anne's WaySD 761 98510½2200Andy Bryan017683 71214
BModerate9:15amTindale TarnNY601585101100Graham Allan01768 890390
Tindale Tarn and the Beggars Trod from Forest Head
CLeisurely9:30amSkeggles Water from LongsleddaleNY4830586600(TBA)
StrEasy10:00amBolton. Kirkby Thore, Ousenstand BridgeNY6322525150Sue Marshall01768 897159
A walk along both banks of the River Eden, across fields and tracks linking two villages and a stunning bridge.
Thursday 19 July 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmRenwick4-Ruth Lee01768 898604
Saturday 21 July 2018
SatStrenuous9:00amCautley, Bowderdale and the Calf from the Cross KeysSD 6799632200Andy Bryan017683 71214
Wednesday 25 July 2018
AChallenging8:00amHelvellyn Heist - Threlkeld to Dunmail via Dodds, DollywagonNY 324254124800Janet Arnison01931 714305
Note early start
B+Strenuous8:30amThe Ullswater Way from Aira ForceNY 414 217201200Harry Upton017684 80191
Note early start
BModerate9:15amSt Sunday CragNY56913582500Jean Bradshaw01768 865240
BCModerate9:30amSeat How and Whinlatter ForestNY21525571500Irene Wilson016974 73639
CLeisurely10:00amWhitemoss Common Huntingstile / ElterwaterNY348066400Christine McNaughton01768 864127
StrEasy10:00amWet Sleddale and an anti-clockwise circuit of the reservoirNY549115500Thelma Allan01768 890390
A gentle walk offering spectacular views across the Lake District and the opportunity to visit the location of a true cult classic.
Thursday 26 July 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmAround Dufton Pike4-Mary Patmore01768 897074
Wednesday 1 August 2018
AChallenging8:30amConiston Classic - Wetherlam, Swirl How and the Old ManSD 289970124500Denis Mitchell01539 722001
B+Strenuous9:00amKirk Fell via Moses Trod from HonisterNY 194 10583200Jean Bradshaw01768 865240
BModerate9:15amCardunneth PikeNY5635251800Martin Hodgson01768 899307
Cardunneth Pike and Geltsdale
CLeisurely10:00amOrton to old TebayNY6320827600Mike Eden017683 52411
StrEasy10:00amDufton, Knock and Costa HillNY681269450Graham Allan01768 890390
A rural walk between two villages of the East Fellside with a gentle section of the Pennine Way.
Thursday 2 August 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmLazonby Fell4-Andrew Chatfield01768 606074
Saturday 4 August 2018
SatStrenuous9:00amCausey Pike at an easy paceNY 21720972650Jean Bradshaw01768 865240
Wednesday 8 August 2018
AChallenging8:30amBarf Bravado - Lord’s Seat, Broom Fell, Ling Fell, Sale FeNY 220265102900Roger Leech07841 378121
B+Strenuous9:00amGrains Gill, Allen Crags, Glaramara and BessybootNY 247 1063000Trevor Davis01539 823924
Start and finish Thornythwaite Farm Seathwaite, Grains Gill, Allen Crags, Glaramara, Rosthwaite Cam and Bessyboot.
BModerate9:15amHindscarthNY2151652400David Dixon01768 863155
Hindscarth & Robinson
BCModerate9:30amOrton Coast to Coast and Long Scar PikeNY5951157850Sue Elliott01768 891901
StrEasy10:00amNewlands Valley from PortinscaleNY2502375300Jane Hardcastle017684 80156
A circular walk through part of the Newlands Valley surrounded by the most wonderful scenery.
Thursday 9 August 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmMaidenhill & Inglewood BankNY 5333424-Graham Allan01768 890390
Saturday 11 August 2018
SatModerate9:00amKing’s How and Brunt FellNY 2591661500David Dixon01768 863155
Wednesday 15 August 2018
AChallenging8:30amEnnerdale Epic - Haycock, Caw Fell, Iron Crag, Crag FellNY 109152133100Dave Hall01946861369
B+Strenuous9:00amMurton to Murton Pike, High Cup Nick returning Pennine WayNY 732 243102050Neil McGeown01768 398808
BModerate8:45amButtermere Linear walk (08.45)NY196196101900Frances Bell01768 892806
Note early start
Buttermere to Portinscale (Bus 77A from Portinscale at 09.36)
CLeisurely10:00amTallentire and GilcruxNY1083527600Marjorie Oakey01768 890194
StrEasy10:00amPowterhow and Bassenthwaite LakeNY2202655luwEileen Monk01768 483538
An easy walk from Powterhow onto the old Railway footpath beside Bassenthwaite Lake with extensive views of Dodd Wood, Skiddaw and down the Borrowdale valley.
Thursday 16 August 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmTemple Sowerby4-Michael Coen01768 891173
Saturday 18 August 2018
SatModerate9:00amCrosby Ravensworth and Black DubNY 6031081400Sue Marshall01768 897159
Wednesday 22 August 2018
AChallenging8:30amThrelkeld Titans - Blencathra, Skiddaw, Lonscale FellNY 302256134300Allan Ousby01697 473674
B+Strenuous9:00amHartsop above How, Hart Crag and Dove CragNY368 11283500Stephen Lindley0771 3770504
Hartsop above How, via Bleaberry Knot and Hoggill Brow up to Hart Crag, then Dove Crag, Bakestones Moss and Black Brow, descending by Caiston Glen
BModerate9:15amSmardaleNY72006081000Harry Upton017684 80191
A Smardale Triangle
BCModerate9:30amGreat Strickland and HackthorpeNY5402308200Philip Holland01768 840788
CLeisurely10:00amLittle Asby and PottsNY6980966500Mavis Taylor01768 866088
Very Steep hill at the end
StrEasy10:00amRiver Lowther at Bampton GrangeNY5151825280Irene Wilson016974 73639
A lovely walk in unspoilt countryside, along country lanes and riverbanks.
Thursday 23 August 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmAround Hallin Fell4-Ray Chappels017683 42798
Saturday 25 August 2018
SatStrenuous9:00amCarrock Fell, High Pike and Bowscale TarnNY 330325102000Sue Tomlinson01768 865622
Wednesday 29 August 2018
AChallenging8:30amHartsop Honk - Brock Crags, Mardale Ill Bell, ThreshthwaiteNY 410130143600Denis Mitchell01539 722001
B+Strenuous9:00amFisher's wife's rakeNY 323 2212368Michael Edwards07554 049328
A difficult scramble.
BModerate8:45amTarns of South LakelandSD326003101800Martin Hodgson01768 899307
Note early start
A circuit of six tarns and reservoirs in South Lakeland
CLeisurely9:30amRibblehead CircularSD7647916100Christine McNaughton01768 864127
Meet at Langwathby Station
StrEasy10:00amBrothers WaterNY402128500Jean Bradshaw01768 865240
A delightful walk around one of the Lake District’s more remote lakes.
Thursday 30 August 2018
ESGeneral7:30pmEnd of Walks Meal - No walk this Thursday-Mary Patmore01768 897074
End of Walks Meal at " The Sun Inn, Newton Reigny". 7.00 for 7.30pm Please book with Mary Patmore ( 01768 897074) by August 20th 2018 There will be NO walk on this Thursday
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