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GroupGradeTimeWalkGrid RefMilesAsc(ft)LeaderPhone
Wednesday 25 April 2018
AChallenging8:30amGrasmoor Grit - Direct AW Route, Wandope, Rannerdale KnottsNY 15920782800Dave Hall01946861369
B+Strenuous9:00amArnison Crag to St Sunday Crag and Lanty's TarnNY 380 1442900Andy Bryan017683 71214
Arnison Crag, Birks, Gavel Pike, St Sunday Crag and Lanty's Tarn
BModerate9:15amOrrest HeadSD41399481400Andrew Chatfield01768 606074
Views from above Windermere
CLeisurely9:30amWetheral and CumwhittonNY4685435470Irene Wilson016974 73639
StrEasy10:30amThe Patterdale LoopNY3701505500Maureen Winder01768 867330
This lovely walk, on public roads and rough paths, through woodland and grazing land is into the delightful Grisedale Valley.
Saturday 28 April 2018
SatModerate9:00amCrosby Ravensworth, Gaythorne Hall & Robin Hood's GraveNY 617107101200Sue Marshall01768 897159
Wednesday 2 May 2018
AChallenging8:30amNewlands Nirvana - Maiden Moor, Dale Head, RobinsonNY 229201123800Sue Tomlinson01768 865622
B+Strenuous9:00amPavey Ark, Pike of Stickle and Harrrison StickleNY 284 07982500Sheila Stuart016974 72734
The walk include Thunacar Knott, an optional scramble up and down Pike of Stickle and a hard downhill scramble from Pavey Ark towards the end of the walk”. There is a second leader, Carole Willett, 01931 713219 or 07977658889
BModerate9:15amBampton CommonNY47416381510Kathy Taylor0772 168085
Bampton Common and Loadpot Hill
BCModerate9:30amSelworthy and the AllerdiceNY13231181030Irene Wilson016974 73639
CLeisurely10:00amShap Abbey roundNY 1555456250Basil Thompson01768 866127
StrEasy10:00amRydal WaterNY3650625500Maureen and Peter Ward01768 840153
A circular walk, with stunning scenery, around Rydal Water. Walking along the famous’coffin road’, past Rydal Mount where Wordsworth once lived and with opportunity to visit the wonderful gardens at Rydal Hall.
Thursday 3 May 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmBowscale Tarn4-Neil McGeown01768 398808
Saturday 5 May 2018
SatModerate9:00amBlack Crag and Holme Fell from Tarn HowsSD 32499971900Janet Upton01768480191
Wednesday 9 May 2018
AChallenging8:30amSwindale Swagger - Selside, Branstree, Harter FellNY 521142133500John Whittaker01768 866225
B+Strenuous9:15amDovedale, Hart Crag, Hartsop above HowNY 370 1102700Roger Eves01768 840239
BModerate9:15amCrummock WaterNY16618381100David Dixon01768 863155
A circuit of Crummock Water via Rannerdale Knotts - Bluebell time hopefully
CLeisurely9:30amMallerstang circular from NatebyNY5285807400(TBA)
StrEasy10:00amGroup walk with Trainer4-Janet Upton01768480191
Alan Conway, trainer appointed by Penrith Ramblers, will lead a walk which will help us all to enjoy the Fells in safety.
Thursday 10 May 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmKnipe Scar4-Mary Teasdale01768 865398
Saturday 12 May 2018
SatModerate9:00amGlencoyne Terrace from Aira ForceNY 37318581500Maureen Winder01768 867330
Wednesday 16 May 2018
AChallenging8:30amDonald Delirium - White Coomb (a Corbett) & 3 extra Donalds!NT 186145133500Neil Beatham01768 866377
B+Strenuous9:00amGowk Hill, High Street and Beda FellNY 436 127103000Ian Clement01768 862330
BModerate9:15amLoweswaterNY1172032170Andrew Chatfield01768 606074
Loweswater, Burnbank Fell, Carling Knott, Blake Fell & High Nook Tarn
BCModerate9:30amLatriggNY27524571200Mary Teasdale01768 865398
CLeisurely10:00amFlakebridge A Bluebell Walk5250Charles Hirst017683 51494
StrEasy10:00amFlakebridge Bluebell WalkNY6892495700Jim Sellars01768 362363
In the bluebell season Flakebridge Wood is one of the best places in Cumbria to view these beautiful flowers.
Thursday 17 May 2018
ESGeneral6:30pmAira Force4-Maureen Winder01768 867330
Saturday 19 May 2018
SatModerate9:00amGreen Bell, Southwaite, GreengateNY 7750681300Ian Clement01768 862330
Wednesday 23 May 2018
AChallenging8:30amWellhope Wonder - Nentsberry, Carrshield, Killhope LawNY 780436122500Roger Leech07841 378121
B+Strenuous9:00amUllock Pike, Longside Edge, Carlside, Skiddaw and BakestallNY 260 2902850Nick Ash017683 98651
Peterhouse Farm, Barkbeth, Ullock Pike, Longside Edge, Carl Side, Skiddaw and Birkett edge to Cumbria Way and Back to Peterhouse Farm.
BModerate9:15amHartsideNY6234161560Neil McGeown01768 398808
Up Hartside from Gamblesby
CLeisurely9:30amSizergh and Scout Scar AreaSD498879600(TBA)
StrEasy10:00amSunbiggin TarnNY6740785500Diane Case01539 624521
Another opportunity to explore the area around Sunbiggin Tarn noted, at this time of year, for the beautiful Bird’s Eye Primrose.