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South Lakeland

'As our walking parties are relatively small, average of about 10-20 people, we do not have a formal transport arrangement. Those members interested in undertaking a walk for that week simply meet ...
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'Guided walking based in the beautiful South Lakes town of Kendal.'


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'We are continually looking to reduce our impact on the environment: * 99% of our 32 walks ... can be accessed by public transport or take place within the town. The other 1% of walks offers a mini ...
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'Take in the classic scenery of the central lakes with views of Lake Windermere, Grasmere, and Ullswater. There are lots of opportunities to sample the famous Read More...

'The route is only partially marked on OS mapping and it is not clear which paths to follow between Cawk and Ulverston.'


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'Both Ulverston and Carlisle are on the rail network so getting to and from the end-points of the walk is quite straightforward.'


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'The village "shop", as referred to in the text and where several of the walks start, is now a private house called the "The Old Post Office". All walks should be used in conjunction with OS Outdoo ...
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'The aim of the route is to cross the southern Lake District, a relatively quieter region, by traversing a good deal of the old county of Lancashire, north of the Sands. The main portion of this on ...
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'Starting and finishing at the Wordsworth Hotel in Grasmere, with an overnight at the Langdale Hotel it also allows you to take in the different characters of the softer landscape ...
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'Indeed transport might be considered a theme of this walk as it crosses all the major routes between England and Scotland – the West Coast railway line, the M6 and the A6 as well as a remnant reac ...
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'PDF booklets can be downloaded and printed to help you explore Low Furness in an informed and structured way: [1] In the Footsteps of the Ancients - - - : [2] Urswick ‘TRAINERS’ Walk - - - : [3] L ...
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... The great, great grandson of Jonathan Dodgson Carr 'has officially launched The Miller’s Way 2. Andrew Carr unveiled a large version of the special waymarker that signposts the ...
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'Explore the mix of low fells, woodland, fast flowing becks and the ruffled water of numerous tarns before reaching the Langdale Hotel to rest weary legs and refuel with dinner and a pint of refres ...
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The Walks are from these Stations on the Line: [1] Oxenholme (8 miles) - - - : [2] Kendal (7 miles) - - - : [3] Burneside (6.5 miles) - - - : [4] Staveley (4.5 miles) - - - : [5] Windermere (7 mile ...
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'Lake Windermere is the largest of all the lakes in the Lake District and also the largest in England. At 10.5 miles long it has its head in the mountains and its foot almost on the coast and is su ...
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