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Area: Cumberland

'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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Category Carlisle

'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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Category Carlisle

'The Borough of Copeland is a local government district and borough in western Cumbria, England. Its council is based in Whitehaven. It was formed on 1 April 1974 by the merger of ...
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Category Copeland

'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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Category Carlisle

'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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Category Carlisle

'We've got dozens of hikes, climbs, bike rides and family activities to suit every adventurer so buy your place now!'


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Category Allerdale

Walks described have included: [1] Solway Villages Trails - - - : [2] Eden Estuary Trails - - - : [3] Discovery Centre to Grune Point Circular Walk.


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Category Allerdale

'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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Category Carlisle

'The precise mileage is difficult to calculate because there are several alternative routes as indicated in Jim Watson’s guide and on the OS maps, which include the possibility of climbing Castle C ...
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Category Allerdale

'Straddling the deep trough occupied by Thirlmere, the two sets of fells split into two manageable hill days. The Armboth Fells are slightly smaller in terms of overall height but in terms of work ...
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Category Allerdale

'The biggest problem you will have is finding the accommodation to allow you to complete the walk without having to deviate too far from your planned route. This is much easier said than done and w ...
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Category Copeland

Local Walks [1] Getting to know Cockermouth - a photo tour - - - : [2] Historic Town Trail - - - : [3] A circular walk from Cockermouth - to include Redmain and Isel - - - : [4] Getting to ...
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Category Allerdale

'The final maps show the route of the England Coast Path along this stretch of coast and the adjoining land that is coastal margin, as approved by the Secretary of State on 18 July 2013. ALERT 'A c ...
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Category 1: 11-25 Miles

'A collection of local favourites to whet the appetite, the real fun is in discovering the area for yourself so don't be a stranger come and visit Eskdale!'


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Category Copeland

'Hadrian's Wall ... ran south along the Cumbrian coast from Bowness on Solway - the terminus of Hadrian’s Wall - to Maryport, a formal system of watchtowers, forts and ditches topped with ...
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Category Copeland

'This part of the railway path crosses the river a number of times on the original rail bridges and includes a short section of elevated wooden walkway which bypasses where the line used to go thro ...
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Category Allerdale

[1] Barrow Fell Walk - - - : [2] Brund Fell Walk - - - : [3] Castlehead - - - : [4] Cat Bells & Lakeshore - - - : [5] Cockermouth Town Trail - - - : [6] The Cumbria Way - - - : [7] Derwentwater ...
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Category Allerdale

'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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Category Carlisle

'The walk, whose title, the Ravenber, is derived from the words Ravenglass and Berwick, is a journey which passes through two National Parks and other areas of outstanding natural beauty. It has th ...
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Category Copeland

'The Roman Heritage Way provides the walker with the following three principal options: [1] Segedunum to Trimontium (Newcastle upon Tyne to Melrose) (99 miles 158 Km) : - - : [2] Maia Fort ...
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Category Allerdale

'Walk 1 - Coast & Village ... Walk 2 - The beach & Scalebarrow brow ... Walk 3 - Fleswick Bay & St Bees Head ... Walk 4 - Coulderton & the Beach ... Walk 5 - Loughrigg & Outrigg ...
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Category Copeland

'The walk takes you from the Norman Priory Church of St Mary and St Bega at St Bees, on the Irish Sea coast, to the pre-Norman Church of St Bega by the shores of Bassenthwaite Lake ... As the start ...
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Category Copeland

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