Walks for October 2019

DateGroupGradeTimeWalkGrid RefMilesAsc(ft)LeaderPhone
Sat 19SatModerate9:00amGamblesby, Hartside and HaresceughNY 646419101600Harry Upton017684 80191
Wed 23AChallenging8:30amKentmere Kinetic - Mardale Ill Bell, Yoke, Harter FellNY 469107144600Janet Arnison01931 714305
Wed 23B+Strenuous9:00amThe Deer RutNY43619282000Les Charlton0176 8862121
Deer Rut Walk at Martindale
Wed 23BModerate9:15amKnott Rigg and Ard Crags with views across Newlands ValleyNY 197 1891800Andrew Chatfield07761 842709
Wed 23CLeisurely9:30amDodd and other trails in Dodd woodNY23528361000Christine McNaughton01768 864127
Wed 23StrEasy10:30amSowerby Church, Heggle Lane, Haltcliff Bridge from MillhouseNY428276300Graham Allan01768 890390
A pleasant slightly undulating walk amongst the North Cumbrian countryside of the Calder Valley.
Wed 23St2Easy10:30amMillhouse and Haltcliff BridgeNY367364300Thelma Allan01768 890390
Field paths and lanes in the middle stretches of the Caldew Valley
Sat 26SatModerate9:00amEasedale Tarn, Coledale Tarn and Tarn CragNY 3030931900David Dixon01768 863155
Wed 30AChallenging8:30amGrisedale Grandeur - St Sunday Crag, Fairfield, HelvellynNY 399143115000Denis Mitchell01539 722001
Wed 30B+Strenuous9:00amGreat EndNY22608393300Martin Hodgson01768 899307
Up to the end of the Borrowdale valley. Boggy in parts and a bit of scrambling required using your hands.If the weather is bad may change to Allen Crags
Wed 30BModerate9:15amMardale Head, Riggindale Crag and Mardale Ill BellNY 469 10762070Kathy Taylor0771 2168085
Mardale Head, Riggindale Crag, High Street and Mardale Ill Bell PLEASE NOTE there is some scrambling and a rocky descent.
Wed 30CLeisurely9:30amLowther Castle Loop of Ullswater WayNY521238400Christine McNaughton01768 864127
Wed 30BCModerate9:30amGreat Ormside & Rutter Force from ApplebyNY675175750Claire Jeffery01768 351352
Wed 30StrEasy10:30amAround Little Townn/a5500Hilary Talbot01768 840151
Wed 30St2Easy10:30amButterwick and stretches of the Lowther ValleyNY515187luwMary Teasdale01768 865398
A gentle stretch of the Lowther Valley beneath tne grandeur of Knipe Scar
15 walks