This is a longer version of the walk from Chop Gate to Cold Moor. The route consists mostly of well defined tracks across moorlands.
Circular | 15.5km (9.64 miles) | Difficulty: Medium
This route consists mainly of farm and moorland tracks. Along the way walkers will be treated to great views of the Wain Stones and the Tees valley. The pathways along this route can be muddy and full of scree in the earlier sections but after the halfway point, when The Cleveland Way is reached, the tracks are either tarmacked or consist of well maintained flagstones.
Circular | 11km (6.9 miles) | Difficulty: Medium
This is an easy walk along well maintained tracks and roads. The route traverses woodland, fields, riverside paths and town streets.
Circular | 12.9km (8 miles) | Difficulty: Easy
Though just short of 9 miles this walk is very taxing and feels much longer. The tracks on this route disappear in many places and the ground if often incredibly boggy, even during dry spells. However, the views offered along the way and the return to the remote Tan Hill pub make it all worthwhile.
Circular | 14km (8.76 miles) | Difficulty: Medium to Hard
This is a simple and easy route which follows reservoir-side paths and tracks. The way is over relatively flat ground with a single largish climb halfway through to offer walkers an excellent view of Lunedale.
Circular | 10.4km (6.46 miles) | Difficulty: Easy
This is a great route which combines open moorland tracks and reservoir side paths. It starts at the car park on the South side of the dam on Hury Reservoir.
Circular | 12.6km (7.85 miles) | Difficulty: Easy
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
This is a leisurely lakeside walk which leads walkers from Gatesgarth to Buttermere.
Circular | 7km (4.36 miles) | Difficulty: Easy
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
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