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Carlisle

'The Parish of Brampton is bordered to the north by The Roman Wall and to the south by the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. For walkers, footpaths radiate in all directions allowi ...
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'Joining the club is very simple, just turn up at Rosehill or the Sands on a Sunday morning, or at the Sands on a Wednesday. Introduce yourself and join the walk of your choice. If you let us know ...
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'Carlisle is the perfect base for walkers: Two long distance routes converge on Carlisle and we are situated a short distance from popular walking areas such as the Lake District and Eden Valley. T ...
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'There are four waymarked trails leading from the car park at Howgill. The Stagsike Trail will take 1–2 hours to walk and the other trails a little longer ...
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'Public access is important in Miltonrigg as it is unusual in being a large, flat wood with excellent access facilities and the capacity to accommodate a wide range and high numbers of vis ...
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'The name Talkin is derived from the Celtic “Talcan” meaning brow of a hill. The word “Tarn” is Viking in origin, “Tjorn” meaning teardrop or small lake. Viking burials have recently been ...
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