This route offers spectacular views of some of the Lake District’s most iconic landmarks without requiring walkers to follow any overly difficult terrain. Though tricky in places the route offers some amazing views and more than rewards the obstacles to be overcome.
Circular | 8.9km (5.5 miles) | Difficulty: Medium
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This route circles around the lake of Crummock Water, the source of the River Cocker. The route travels through wooded areas, along the lakeside, past Scale Beck, through the village of Buttermere and back.
Circular | 13.3km (8.26 miles) | Difficulty: Medium
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This is a leisurely lakeside walk which leads walkers from Gatesgarth to Buttermere.
Circular | 7km (4.36 miles) | Difficulty: Easy
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This is a short route with some interesting terrain to traverse, a single steep ascent and some amazing views of the North Western Fells of the Lake District and Derwent Water.
Circular | 5.98km (3.71 miles) | Difficulty: Easy
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This is a challenging route which rewards walkers with some amazing views of Haweswater Reservoir.
Circular | 13.4km (8.33 miles) | Difficulty: Medium To Hard
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This route climbs Blencathra, the third highest peak in the lake districts. The route is rated hard due to a combination of different.
Circular | 13.1km (8.15 miles) | Difficulty: Hard
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