Walks for February 2020

DateGroupGradeTimeWalkGrid RefMilesAsc(ft)LeaderPhone
Sat 1SatModerate9:00amFell End Clouds and Harter FellSD 73599191900Andy Bryan017683 71214
Wed 5AChallenging8:30amCaldbeck Calypso - Great Sca Fell and Great Lingy HillNY 323399142800Allan Ousby01697 473674
Wed 5B+Strenuous9:00amNine Standards Rigg from Kirkby StephenNY821065112200Ian Clement01768 862330
including, Ladthwaite, Lode Stone and Cote Garth
Wed 5BModerate9:15amHesket Newmarket to High PikeNY 318 34972112Kathy Taylor0771 2168085
Wed 5CLeisurely9:30amLowther from Eamont BridgeNY5362366200Mavis Taylor01768 866088
Wed 5BCModerate9:30amKnipe Scar, WhalemoorNY5271908850Andrew Chatfield07761 842709
Wed 5StrEasy10:30amDufton PikeNY69926651200Jean Bradshaw01768 865240
Dufton Pike is a small hill with big views of the Northern Pennines. We’ve walked around it on a number of occasions, now the opportunity to go up it for those who wish to. Others may prefer to walk around it.
Wed 5St2Easy10:30amBrougham and environsNY 5282823luwMary Teasdale01768 865398
A very local walk with some very local highlights
Sat 8SatModerate9:00amKentmere from StaveleyNY 454031101000Roger Cleave01257 451133
Wed 12AChallenging8:30amHowgill Hyperactive - Cautley Spout, The Calf, YarlsideSD 698969143800Debbie Thompson01931 714106 or 07788 496675
Wed 12B+Strenuous9:00amYarlside, The Calf, Calders and Great DummacksSD6799633000Andy Bryan017683 71214
Wed 12BModerate9:15amStenkrith to Pendragon CastleNY 767 0501250Graham Allan01768 890390
Upper Eden Valley and the gateway into Mallerstang
Wed 12CLeisurely9:30amHigh Rigg with views of Skiddaw and BlencathraNY317195820Beryl Eden07751 924982
Wed 12StrEasy10:30amThe Glencoyne Farm Trail from GlenriddingNY386188700Harry Upton017684 80191
Glencoyne is one of the largest hill farms in the district. This is a lovely walk with extensive views of Ullswater and the landscape beyond. There will be a longer, slightly higher level section detour available for those who wish.
Wed 12St2Easy10:30amSetting out from GlassonbyNY 576389250Andrew Chatfield07761 842709
Paths and tracks around this Eden Valley village - The 'Snowdrop Walk'
Sat 15SatModerate9:00amLonscale Fell and Skiddaw Little ManNY 26727782300David Dixon07941602272
Wed 19AChallenging8:30amConiston Conundrum - Wetherlam, Swirl How and Old ManSD 301977123700Denis Mitchell01539 722001
Wed 19B+Strenuous9:00amLord's Seat to GraystonesNY20526572160Nick Ash017683 98651
Whinlatter, Ullister Hill, Lord's Seat, Broom Fell, Graystones
Wed 19BModerate9:15amCrummock Water and Rannerdale KnottsNY 167 18391900Harry Upton017684 80191
Wed 19CLeisurely9:30amKnipe Scar from Bampton BridgeNY521180557Christine McNaughton01768 864127
Wed 19BCModerate9:30amDockray and MatterdaleNY3962127700Susan Elliott01768 891901
Wed 19StrEasy10:30amGreat Musgrave and SoulbyNY7671376400Michael Coen01768 891173
Great Musgrave sits atop a hill near the River Eden and Swindale Beck. Its location provides good views over the vale of Eden and the nearby Northern Pennines.
Wed 19St2Easy10:30amCat Bells TerraceNY 2482114300Hilary Talbot01768 840151
Along the Derwentwater side of an iconic fell
Sat 22SatModerate9:00amCrosby Ravensworth and Crosby FellNY 5821461250Sue Marshall01768 897159
Via Hardendale and one of the Thunderstones
Wed 26AChallenging8:30amHi Ho Silverdale - Arnside, Jack Scout, Leighton HallSD 454786152200Chris Lloyd01768 868581
Wed 26B+Strenuous9:00amBlake Fell, Fothergill Head, Gavel Fell, White OakNY1191812100Roger Pickett01768 895794
From Loweswater
Wed 26BModerate9:15amOrton and Great Asby ScarNY 640 083101000Claire Jeffery01768 351352
Wed 26CLeisurely9:30amBandley Bridge,Jerusalem and ColbyNY6832047750Mary Patmore01768 897074
Please note this walk will be led by Derek Patmore
Wed 26StrEasy10:30amGrange to RosthwaiteNY2521745500Maureen Winder01768 867330
An iconic riverside walk from Grange to Rosthwaite.
Wed 26St2Easy10:30amRutter Force and surrounding countrysideNY 681158-Beryl Eden07751 924982
A waterfall that won't be forgotten.
Sat 29SatModerate9:00amCrummock Water and MosedaleNY 1402021250Sheila Stuart016974 72734
A circuit of Mellbreak
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