Current Walks Programme

GroupGradeTimeWalkGrid RefMilesAsc(ft)LeaderPhone
Saturday 19 October 2019
SatModerate9:00amGamblesby, Hartside and HaresceughNY 646419101600Harry Upton017684 80191
Wednesday 23 October 2019
AChallenging8:30amKentmere Kinetic - Mardale Ill Bell, Yoke, Harter FellNY 469107144600Janet Arnison01931 714305
B+Strenuous9:00amThe Deer RutNY43619282000Les Charlton0176 8862121
Deer Rut Walk at Martindale
BModerate9:15amKnott Rigg and Ard Crags with views across Newlands ValleyNY 197 1891800Andrew Chatfield07761 842709
CLeisurely9:30amDodd and other trails in Dodd woodNY23528361000Christine McNaughton01768 864127
StrEasy10:30amSowerby Church, Heggle Lane, Haltcliff Bridge from MillhouseNY428276300Graham Allan01768 890390
A pleasant slightly undulating walk amongst the North Cumbrian countryside of the Calder Valley.
St2Easy10:30amMillhouse and Haltcliff BridgeNY367364300Thelma Allan01768 890390
Field paths and lanes in the middle stretches of the Caldew Valley
Saturday 26 October 2019
SatModerate9:00amEasedale Tarn, Coledale Tarn and Tarn CragNY 3030931900David Dixon01768 863155
Wednesday 30 October 2019
AChallenging8:30amGrisedale Grandeur - St Sunday Crag, Fairfield, HelvellynNY 399143115000Denis Mitchell01539 722001
B+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
BModerate9:15amMardale 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.
BCModerate9:30amGreat Ormside & Rutter Force from ApplebyNY675175750Claire Jeffery01768 351352
CLeisurely9:30amLowther Castle Loop of Ullswater WayNY521238400Christine McNaughton01768 864127
StrEasy10:30amAround Little Townn/a5500Hilary Talbot01768 840151
St2Easy10:30amButterwick and stretches of the Lowther ValleyNY515187luwMary Teasdale01768 865398
A gentle stretch of the Lowther Valley beneath tne grandeur of Knipe Scar
Saturday 2 November 2019
SatModerate8:45amSkiddaw House and Cumbria Way. Bus walkNY 28729110½1800Graham Allan01768 890390
Note early start. Drive to Crosthwaite (Keswick) then 09.30am 554 bus to Bassenthwaite road end. Walk via Bassenthwaite Village and Peter House Farm, then Cumbria Way via Whitewater Dash falls and Skiddaw House to Crosthwaite.
Wednesday 6 November 2019
AChallenging8:30amButtermere Bounce - Scale F, Red Pike, High Crag, HaystacksNY 172172124100Bill Glaister01768 898123
B+Strenuous9:00amClough HeadNY342205122800Stephen Lindley07713 770504
Clough Head & the Dodds
BModerate9:15amHigh Rigg and Low RiggNY 305 21571000Ruth Meer01768 881894
This walk has a second leader, Denise Edwards 01768 88227.
CLeisurely9:30amRosthwaite,Millicans Cave and a chinese murderNY2521465667Richard Murphy07954 948005
StrEasy10:30amMotherby, Thackthwaite and Stoddah from PenruddockNY4282766300Graham Allan01768 890390
Fields, watercourses, villages and hamlets astride the A66.
St2Easy10:30amMotherby & PenruddockNY424283300Thelma Allan01768 890390
Two villages, linking paths and countryside to the north
Saturday 9 November 2019
SatModerate9:00amWild Boar Fell from the ThrangSD 786967.102000Andy Bryan017683 71214
Wednesday 13 November 2019
AChallenging8:30amMelmerby Momentum - Cuns Fell and Fiends FellNY 614374122500Chris Lloyd01768 868581
B+Strenuous9:00amGreat Mell Fell, Matterdale and Little Mell FelNY41026072300Martin Oakley01768 864720
The walk has been tempered to reflect the possible end of autumn/early winter conditions and shorter daylight. There could well be a boggy bit in the middle!
BModerate9:15amSheffield Pike and Glencoyne HeadNY 369 18281800David Dixon01768 863155
BCModerate9:30amTroutbeck Tongue from Limefitt ParkNY42104771000Andrew Chatfield07761 842709
CLeisurely9:30amBarton Church and Pooley BridgeNY4882636650Mavis Taylor01768 866088
StrEasy10:30amHallin FellNY4351914900Jean Bradshaw01768 865240
A circuit of Hallin Fell with wonderful views and opportunity to climb the Fell.
St2Easy10:30amColbyBeck/Hoff Beck & Thistley HillNY6662034300Mary Patmore01768 897074
Beckside country just to the west of Appleby-in-Westmorland
Saturday 16 November 2019
SatModerate9:00amVale of LortonNY 15425881200Sue Marshall01768 897159
This walk has been switched from 21st December. Please bring National Trust cards for parking.
Wednesday 20 November 2019
AChallenging8:30amFellside Frenzy - Red Gill, Brae Fell, Knott, High PikeNY 304373113500Roger Leech07841 378121
B+Strenuous9:00amCausey PikeNY21121582750Andy Bryan017683 71214
Causey Pike, Scar Crags, Outerside and Barrow with the possibility of Sail weather permitting.
BModerate9:15amBarbon Low Fell from Barbon (near Kirkby Lonsdale)SD 643 8191400Claire Jeffery01768 351352
CLeisurely9:30amWalk from Rugby Club Car Park to the BeaconNY5272956350Mavis Taylor01768 866088
StrEasy10:30amLakeland near Bassenthwaite LakeNY2303236500Janet Upton017684 80191
Walking through lovely countryside on paths, tracks and quiet country roads with beautiful views of the Northern Fells. This walk will be led by 4 Stroller ladies.
St2Easy10:30amRosgill Moor & Naddle BridgeNY516151298Graham Allan01768 890390
A bit of 'Coast to Coast' and countryside below the Haweswater Dam
Saturday 23 November 2019
SatModerate9:00amSwindale to MardaleNY 49512491500Roger Cleave01257 451133
Via Forces Falls, the Old Corpse Road and Harper Hills. This walk has been switched from 16th November.
Wednesday 27 November 2019
AChallenging8:30amLanthwaite Lustre - Whiteside, Wandope, Rannerdale KnottsNY 158208133700John Whittaker01768 866225
B+Strenuous9:00amBlencathraNY32427882900Nick Ash017683 98651
Blencathra and Bannerdale.
BModerate9:15amHartsop to Angle TarnNY 418 14572000Roger Eves01768 840239
BCModerate9:30amAddingham & Glassonby from HunsonbyNY580356475Sue Elliott01768 891901
CLeisurely9:30amAlston and Whitley CastleNY7184657673Mike Eden017683 52411
StrEasy10:30amGlassonby, Lazonby and KirkoswaldNY5483975luwMary Patmore01768 897074
A pleasant walk in the Eden Valley with fine views across to the moorland of the North Pennines and the Lakeland fells. Easy walking across fields, along lanes and by woodlands with an attractive stretch alongside the River Eden, one steep climb only,
St2Easy10:30amMaulds Meaburn & Crosby RavensworthNY626160250Beryl Eden07751 924982
The Lyvennet and its surrounds, plus two iconic villages