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DateGroupGradeTimeWalkGrid RefMilesAsc(ft)LeaderPhone
Wed 3AChallenging8:30amAngletarn Aria - Place Fell, Rest Dodd, High Raise, GowkNY 436192123200Sue Tomlinson01768 865622
Wed 3B+Moderate9:15amAround Whale and KnipeNY 521 2141000Les Charlton0176 8862121
Wed 3BModerate9:15amBack to the HowgillsNY6240041200Martin Hodgson01768 899307
Due to the weather forecast and the fact that it will be so boggy underfoot I will not be doing Blease Fell. Instead I will lead a walk in the Orton and Great Asby area
Wed 3CLeisurely9:30amButtermere Round (and a bit more)NY174169100Mike Eden017683 52411
Please park at the national trust car park just outside Buttermere on the road to Crummock Water. Please bring your membership cards with you otherwise you will have to pay.
Wed 3StrEasy10:30amAnniversary Walk and Afternoon Tea, CalthwaiteNY4763884luwGraham Allan01768 890390
Our celebratory afternoon tea, which must be booked in advance, will be held at the Cottage Wood Centre, Calthwaite. It will be preceded by a short walk in the Calthwaite area.
Sat 6SatModerate9:00amAround DerwentwaterNY 261187500Janet Upton01768480191
Wed 10AChallenging8:30amKirkland Karma - Cross Fell, Greg's Hut, Mines, CrowdundleNY 651326112800Roger Leech07841 378121
Wed 10B+Moderate9:00amPooley Bridge to Howtown, back via the CockpitNY 482 222101400Jean Bradshaw01768 865240
Wed 10BModerate9:15amShap, Ravenstonedale & OddendaleNY5951341200David Dixon01768 863155
This walk replaces the original due to having to cross an area of deep water with no alternative route
Wed 10CLeisurely9:30amHigh Stand PlantationNY5501105100Christine McNaughton01768 864127
Wed 10BCModerate9:30amFriar’s Crag, Great Wood, Castlerigg Stone CircleNY266234950Sue Elliott01768 891901
Wed 10StrEasy10:30amTowards Latrigg from ThrelkeldNY2812545500Mary Teasdale01768 865398
An easy rural walk towards Latrigg from Threlkeld with an opportunity, for those who wish, to experience a Lakeland felltop with wonderful views down the valley of Borrowdale (800ft).
Sat 13SatModerate9:00amWhinlatter Forest CircularNY 21225292000Frances Bell01768 892806
Wed 17AChallenging8:30amHi Ho Silverdale - Arnside, Silverdale, Leighton HallSD 454786141800Chris Lloyd01768 868581
Wed 17B+Strenuous9:00amSilver How to Easdale Tarn from GrasmereNY 324 0662550Trevor Davis01539 823924
Grasmere to Silver How, Castle How, Sergeant Man, Easdale Tarn and return to Grasmere
Wed 17BModerate9:15amAngle tarnNY4171432345Michael Edwards07554 049328
Angle Tarn and Boredale Hause from Cow Bridge - Spikes would be useful if the weather is cold and icy.
Wed 17CLeisurely9:30amPooley Bridge and Heughscar HillNY4702445650Mavis Taylor01768 866088
Wed 17StrEasy10:30amNewlands Beck from Braithwaite Caravan ParkNY2382234400Gill Hodgson01768 899307
A lovely walk in one of the most quiet, picturesque valleys in the National Park.
Sat 20SatModerate9:00amTrain walk, Langwathby-LazonbyNY 5783899800Graham Allan01768 890390
Drive to Lazonby. 09.45 train to Langwathby. Walk back via Winskill, Hunsonby, Little Salkeld, Glassonby, Kirkoswald.
Wed 24AChallenging8:30amBannisdale Breeze - Whiteside Pike, Capplebarrow, White HoweSD 530997122500Dave Hall01946861369
Wed 24B+Strenuous9:00amHaweswater and BamptonNY 509 15310½1600Jean Bradshaw01768 865240
Wed 24BModerate9:15amSilver pointNY3951841100Kathy Taylor0772 168085
Bridge End to Silver Point
Wed 24CLeisurely9:30amBrougham and Mayburgh HengeNY 519284100Marjorie Oakey01768 890194
Wed 24BCModerate9:30amGreat Strickland and HackthorpeNY5452308200Philip Holland01768 840788
Wed 24StrEasy10:30amPenruddock and DacreNY4372645luwSue Marshall01768 897159
A pleasant walk across fields and along country lanes, passing close to the historic house of Hutton John.
Sat 27SatModerate9:00amHole in the Wall and Red TarnNY 3501542350Sue Marshall01768 897159
Option to continue to Catstycam weather permitting
Wed 31AChallenging8:30amEasdale Erratic - Steel Fell, High Raise, Gibson KnottNY 335096123600John Whittaker01768 866225
Wed 31B+Strenuous9:00amAround LoughriggNY 347 0512700Michael Edwards07554 049328
From Rydal Hall to Lanty's Scar, Loughrigg, Loughrigg Tarn, Ivy Crag, Lily Tarn and Toms Crag, back to Millers Bridge and Rydal Hall
Wed 31BModerate9:15amPennine VillagesNY66624610680Jean Bradshaw01768 865240
Pennine villages from Milburn
Wed 31CLeisurely9:30amA walk from Penrith Rugby CubNY5272955250(TBA)
Wed 31StrEasy10:30amWalking in the Bowscale areaNY3583164luwNeil McGeown01768 398808
An easy valley walk with lovely views or a more challenging option, an exhilarating walk, much of which is along a good bridleway, to a fantastically remote tarn, hemmed in by crags (800ft).
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