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Cumbria

CUMBRIA: All Listings

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'The Forum’s main purpose is to advise on improving public access to the countryside in the former county of Cumbria (excluding the Yorkshire Dales National Park who have their own forum, see link ...
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'1. Grange to Hampsfell, Cartmel, Holker Hall, Kents Bank; 2. Roose to Dalton via Furness Abbey; 3. Barrow-in-Furness Town Trail; 4. Millom to Green Road along the Duddon Estuary; 5. Ravenglass to ...
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'Discover Cumbria is an on-line Insider's Guide to the real Cumbria. It's where we share OUR passion to help YOU plan your perfect visit.'


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'Most fell walkers walk the English 3000ft'ers in 4 walks - though it is possible to complete the task in just three walks if you are really fit.'


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'The site has been subdivided into the seven sections used in The Lakeland Fells, as originally devised by Alfred Wainwright in his Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells, and in ...
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'Every weekend there are free guided walks for the general public. The walks are of various lengths and degrees of difficulty. They are all designed to link up with train services from the Leeds ar ...
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'As the routes are all circular, starting and finishing at the same points, it's as well to remember that all the height gained has sooner or later to be lost. My own preference is to get the steep ...
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Routes for all 'means suitable for everyone, including pushchairs and people operating their own wheelchairs. Gradients will be no more than 1:10. The surface will be tarmac or smooth, com ...
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'England's largest National Park is home to Scafell Pike - its highest mountain, Wastwater - its deepest lake and thriving communities like Keswick and Bowness-on-Windermere.'


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'We are fortunate to be able to use some of the most beautiful, scenic trails in the UK and working alongside organisations such as the National Trust, Lake District National Park Auth ...
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Details of almost one hundred walks categorized as: [1] Walks in Lancashire - - - : [2] Walks in the Lake District.


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'Local groups work with the public and with local authorities to solve footpath problems; survey and clear footpaths; arrange walks for members; and publish guide books for walkers. The groups are: ...
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'A predominantly rural county, Cumbria is considered one of the most beautiful regions of the UK and includes the whole of the Lake District, also known as The Lakes or Lakeland, the Eden Valley, t ...
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'The Wainwrights are the 214 fells that appear in Alfred Wainwright's seven volume Pictorial Guide to the Lakeland Fells which range in height from 985ft to 3120ft. There are over 500 summ ...
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Full details of about 100 Walks including maps, GPX, technical difficulty, hills climbed, etc.: 'Pick a walk by rating: [1] gentle, ideal for beginners - - - : [2] easy - - - : [3] moderate - - - : ...
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Details of about fifteen walks ranging in length from 1 mile to 15 miles.


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I have walked each one of the nearly 500 walks on the website since January 2010, some were familiar to me, others not. As well as devising what I believe is the best route I have taken the photogr ...
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