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Eden

''The descent of the nose of High Hartsop Dodd has something of a reputation. It's a bit steep. Variously described as horrendous, horrible, and "blimey that was t ...
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[1] Eden Valley Loop 1 - Loadpot Hill (10 miles) - - - : [2] Eden Valley Loop 2 - River Lowther Valley (19.8 miles) - - - : [3] Eden Valley Loop 3 - River Lyvennet Valley (19.8 miles) - - - : [4] E ...
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Northern Viaduct Round (3 miles) | Smardale Gill Viaduct Round (4 miles)

'All three award-winning viaducts are listed, and are in the care of the Northern Viaduct Trust, which depends entir ...
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'The journey begins with a stay at the Inn on the Lake, on the pristine shores of Ullswater and heads for Grasmere and the Travellers Rest via an ancient packhorse route. Then it’s onto the Scafell ...
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The Walk 'draws its inspiration from Alfred Wainwright's Walks in Limestone Country and Walks in the Howgill Fells. The route has strong associations with railways. It passes over ...
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'In April 2009, Kirkby Stephen became the first town in Cumbria to be awarded Walkers are Welcome status. The national Walkers are Welcome (WaW) scheme involves a longterm commitment to su ...
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Accesss to details of over 80 walks and groups of walks across 'a stunning landscape of sweeping moorland views, cascading waterfalls, colourful hay meadows, vibrant communities and spectacular wil ...
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'In days gone by local people walked along the boundary to remember Patterdale’s border. Boys may have been beaten to make fast the memory - hence “beating the bounds”! Ot ...
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'A festival of walks, talks and music along the fabulous Settle-Carlisle railway line.'


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'Whether you are looking for a gentle stroll through the quiet lanes that are lined with wild flowers in the Spring and Summer; an amble along the River Lowther to look for Dippers and Kingfishers; ...
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'The ultimate Grizedale walk, this trail takes you down one side of the Grizedale valley and back up the other, passing many of the sculptures along the way, as well as some of the best vi ...
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'There is a richly illustrated and extremely informative guide to the South Tyne Trail. Affordably priced at £2 it is available at local Tourist Information Centres.'


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'For much of the way it follows the 156 km (98 miles) course of the River Tees as it snakes across County Durham and Teesside from its source at Tees Head on the slopes of Cross Fell, the highest p ...
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'Twelve short poems, written by the nationally acclaimed poet Meg Peacocke, have been carved by lettering artist Pip Hall on blocks of stone installed at intervals along a circuit ...
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'1. Glenderamackin riverside walk (30mins/gentle) : - - : 2. A stroll through Threlkeld village (20 mins/steady) : - - : 3. Woods, fields and an old railway track (2hrs 15mins/easy) : - - : 4. Fell ...
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'Eden is a beautiful corner of Cumbria in the north of England, taking in the lakes and mountains around Ullswater, part of the Lake District National Park and the moorlands of the North Pennines a ...
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‘"Yomp" in the event title comes from the Forces term for a long march over open terrain, and our Yomp was started in recognition of the much harder Yomp made by the British Forces when they marche ...
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