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DateGroupGradeTimeWalkGrid RefMilesAsc(ft)LeaderPhone
Wed 1AChallenging8:30amBurnbanks Boogie - Selside Pike, Branstree, Harter FellNY 508161144300John Whittaker01768 866225
Wed 1B+Strenuous9:00amRough Crag and RiggindaleNY45209582560Les Charlton0176 8862121
Rough Crag, Riggindale to Gatesgarth Pass from Haweswater
Wed 1BModerate9:15amLoadpot Hill RoundNY 457 18191300Sandy Higgins07801 716608
Mossy Beck, The Cockpit, Loadpot Hill, Kid Moor, Scales Farm
Wed 1CLeisurely9:30amA Stroll over BinseyNY225354750Richard Murphy07954 948005
Wed 1BCModerate9:30amWalla Crag to Lodore FallsNY 2122741000Maureen Winder01768 867330
Walla Crag, Ashness Bridge and Lodore Falls from Great Wood
Wed 1StrEasy10:30amCliburn and the River Leith from MorlandNY593240500Sue Marshall01768 897159
Field paths and quiet lanes linking two peaceful, picturesque villages.
Wed 1St2Easy10:30amGreystoke Castle & ParkNY 433 314suwJanet Upton017684 80191
A gentle amble within the Park with views of the historic castle and surrounding countryside.
Thu 2ESGeneral6:30pmKirkoswald4luwRuth Lee01768 898604
Sat 4SatModerate9:00amGaythorne, Great Asby Scar and Asby Gill from Great AsbyNY 657110101200Sue Marshall01768 897159
Wed 8AChallenging8:30amBluebells North - Castle Inn to Skiddaw and Carl SideNY 215326143000Roger Leech07841 378121
Wed 8B+Strenuous9:00amBlack ForceSD6439923100Martin Hodgson01768 899307
Up Carlin Gill to Black Force
Wed 8BModerate9:15amBeda Head and BoredaleNY 424 16381850Roger Eves01768 840239
Wed 8CLeisurely9:30amSouth Tyne from GarrigillNY745415450Sue Elliott01768 891901
Wed 8StrEasy10:30amLoweswaterNY134210885Janet Upton017684 80191
A very gradual ascent, on a grassy path, is rewarded with extensive views of the lake, returning with a gentle stroll along the lake shore. This walk will be led by 4 Stroller ladies.
Wed 8St2Easy10:30amFarlam & a Circuit of Talkin TarnNY 548 5883luwRuth Lee01768 898604
A round of one of Cumbria's loveliest tarns and a stroll through the surrounding countryside.
Thu 9ESGeneral6:30pmBowscale4suwNeil McGeown01768 398808
Sat 11SatModerate9:00amRannerdale and Crummock WaterNY 16319381000Roger Eves01768 840239
An opportunity to see the bluebells in Rannerdale
Wed 15AChallenging8:30amOf Eagles and Kings - High Raise, Ullscarf, Brund FellNY 260139143600Dave Hall01946 861369
Wed 15B+Strenuous9:00amConiston Old ManSD289970102900Jeremy Hutchinson07969 556547
Coniston Old Man via Dow Crag and Swirl How
Wed 15BStrenuous9:15amCross Fell from KirklandNY 686 34392260Kathy Taylor0771 2168085
Wed 15CLeisurely9:30amRannerdale Bluebell walkNY1751706600Christine McNaughton01768 864127
Wed 15BCModerate9:30amSwaledale riverside walk through GunnersdaleSD 95098281200Ray Chappels017683 42798
Wed 15StrEasy10:30amFlakebridge Bluebell WalkNY6892495700Jim Sellars01768 362363
In the bluebell season Flakebridge Wood is noted as one of the best places in Cumbria to view these beautiful flowers.
Wed 15St2Easy10:30amCat Bells TerraceNY 248 1964suwAndrew Chatfield07761 842709
A gentle stroll along the Terrace with fine views over Derwent Water and the Northern Lakes.
Thu 16ESGeneral6:30pmFlakebridge Amble4luwJim Sellars01768 362363
Sat 18SatModerate9:00amWether Hill from BamptonNY 9551631750Sue Marshall01768 897159
Wed 22AChallenging8:30amIngleborough and Whernside from Chapel-le-DaleSD 744777133100Chris Lloyd01768 868581
Wed 22B+Strenuous9:00amA Newlands RoundNY22315382830Sue Marshall01768 897159
The Classic Horseshoe
Wed 22BModerate9:15amMurton to Flakebridge to enjoy the Bluebells (hopefully)NY 236 1701000Andrew Chatfield07761 842709
Along a quiet wide valley passing Appleby Golf Course, along Hilton Beck to Hilton.
Wed 22CLeisurely9:30amMaulds Meaburn and WitherslackNY625162620Mike Eden017683 52411
Wed 22StrEasy10:30amA circuit of Buttermere from the National Trust carpark.NY1751695200Charlie Shepherd07766 830007
This is, deservedly, one of the Lake District’s most popular short walks with exceptional mountain views. Note: some uneven path surfaces.
Wed 22St2Easy10:30amDufton GhyllNY 688 249luwBeryl Eden07751 924982
An exploration of Dufton Village, the Ghyll and nearby countryside.
Thu 23ESGeneral6:30pmHallin Fell4suwMaureen Winder01768 867330
Sat 25SatModerate9:00amCrawling over Place Fell from Martindale HauseNY 4051692500Graham Allan01768 890390
Via Sleet Fell, High Dodd, Place Fell summit, The Knight, Birk Fell and down to Sandwick.
Wed 29AChallenging8:30amEttrick Eroica - Capel, Wind & Loch Fells, Pen & CroftNT 138078134200Neil Beatham01768 866377
Wed 29B+Strenuous9:00amSwaledaleNY892010112200Trevor Davis01539 823924
The Upper reaches of Swaledale
Wed 29BStrenuous9:15amCausey Pike at an easy paceNY 221 20772650Jean Bradshaw01768 865240
Wed 29CLeisurely9:30amAlston Nent Valley, High Mounthooly6700Christine McNaughton01768 864127
Wed 29BCModerate9:30amChurch Brough, Augill castle & along river BelahNY 8041327660Andrew Chatfield07761 842709
Wed 29StrEasy10:30amFaulds Brow and The Howk from CaldbeckNY3223985600Harry Upton017684 80191
Faulds Brow, a pleasant short walk from the village, gives excellent views back to High Pike and the Northern Fells. The route visits The Howk, a narrow limestone gorge with a tumultuous waterfall.
Wed 29St2Easy10:30amHigh Stand PlantationNY 489 487luwMary Patmore01768 897074
A gentle walk amongst the trees of this open forestry plantation with occasional views of the North Pennines.
Thu 30ESGeneral6:30pmRenwick Round4luwGraham Allan01768 890390
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