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Discover Short Walks in the Southern Lake District with a Cicerone Guidebook

Cover of Short Walks in Lakeland Book 1: South Lakeland
Availability
Reprinted
Published
16 Dec 2011
ISBN
9781852841447
Edition
First
Size
17.2 x 11.6 x 2.0cm
Weight
390g
Pages
320
1st Published
1 Jan 1993
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Short Walks in Lakeland Book 1: South Lakeland

by Aileen Evans, Brian Evans
Book published by Cicerone Press

Guidebook to 60 half to full-day walks in the south Lake District. Walking areas include Rydal, Grasmere, Langdale, Little Langdale, Coniston, Torver and the south, Grizedale, Satterthwaite, the Rusland Valley, Winster Valley, Troutbeck, Kentmere, Longsleddale and across to Tebay. Part of a three-volume series, focusing on short, low-level walks.

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Description

This guidebook of walks in the Lake District is the first in the Short Walks in Lakeland trilogy, which also covers walking routes in North Lakeland (Book 2) and West Lakeland (Book 3).

60 short walks are described, generally between 4 and 9 miles, enough to pleasantly fill a good half-day, and ideal for day visitors or family walkers. Some longer walks could be split, others combined. It is not a high fell walking guide, although several popular summits are included. Priority is given to the lower fells and dales, which are as rewarding as their higher brethren. The combination of detailed description and clear, easy-to-follow maps and evocative sketches makes this book ideal for anyone who wants to explore Lakeland. 

This guidebook divides the South Lake District into four regions:

  • the Central Fells
  • the area around Coniston Water and Windermere
  • the Eastern Fells and Dales
  • the Limestone Fringe.
  • Seasons
    All year round.
  • Centres
    Kendal, Windermere, Ambleside, Grasmere, Hawkshead, Coniston, Broughton-in-Furness, Newby Bridge.
  • Difficulty
    Fairly straightforward half- and full-day routes, mainly exploring valleys and less-known hills, but with a few peaks thrown in.
  • Must See
    Crinkle Crags, Tilberthwaite, Kentmere and Longsleddale, Whitbarrow overlooking Morecambe Bay.

February 2016

Walk 59 Humphrey Head

The channel has recently moved closer to the west side of the crag and the conditions are more serious. There is now quicksand right at the foot of the crag and so the Low Tide Route along the west side of the crag should no longer be taken.

Contents

Introduction

CHAPTER 1: THE CENTRAL FELLS
    Walk   1: Helm Crag and Greenburn
    Walk   2: Easdale tarn, Codale Tarn and Tarn Crag
    Walk   3: Silver How
    Walk   4: Alcock Tarn and Grasmere
    Walk   5: Around Rydal Water
    Walk   6: Loughrigg
    Walk   7: Elterwater, Little Langdale and Great Langdale
    Walk   8: Langdale - Blea Rigg and Stickle Tarn
    Walk   9: The Langdale Pikes
    Walk 10: Little Langdale, Lingmoor Fell and Blea Tarn
    Walk 11: Crinkle Crags and Cold Pike from Wrynose Pass
    Walk 12: Greenburn Copper Mines, Rough Crags and Wrynose Pass
    Walk 13: Tilberthwaite Round
    Walk 14: Holme Fell, Hodge Close and The Cathedral
    Walk 15: Old Tracks on the Yewdale Fells
    Walk 16: Coniston Coppermines Valley, Levers Water and The Goose Bield
    Walk 17: Coniston Old Man and Goat’s Water
    Walk 18: Tarn Hows from Coniston
    Walk 19: Tarn Hows, Black Crag and Holme Fell
    Walk 20: Walna Scar and Brown Pike from Torver
    Walk 21: The Lickle Valley and the White Maiden
    Walk 22: Stickle Pike and Caw

CHAPTER 2: AROUND CONISTON WATER AND WINDERMERE
    Walk 23: The Woodland Valley from Broughton-in-Furness
    Walk 24: Blawith Knott, Tottlebank Height and Great Burney
    Walk 25: The Furness Fells Horseshoe - Pool Scar, Yew Bank and The Beacon
    Walk 26: Beacon Tarn and The Beacon from Blawith Common
    Walk 27: Torver Back Common, Coniston Water West Shore and Coniston Hall
    Walk 28: Coniston East - Top o' Selside and Bethecar Moor
    Walk 29: Coniston East - Parkamoor to Brantwood (Gondola Walk)
    Walk 30: The Grizedale Forest
    Walk 30A: Carron Crag
    Walk 30B: Sculpture Walk from Bogle Crag
    Walk 31: Around the Dale Park Valley
    Walk 32: Latterbarrow, Blelham Tarn and Windermere Shore
    Walk 33: Claife Heights
    Walk 34: Windermere - Lakeside to Bowness (return by steamer)
    Walk 35: Finsthwaite Tower and High Darn
    Walk 36: Leven and Rusland
    Walk 37: Bigland Barrow and the Tarns Beyond
    Walk 38: Raven’s Barrow and the Five Tarns
    Walk 39: Gummer’s How
    Walk 40: The Winster Valley and Rosthwaite Heights
    Walk 41: Lord’s Lot

CHAPTER 3: THE EASTERN FELLS AND DALES
    Walk 42: Troutbeck Valley - A Walk Round Troutbeck Tongue
    Walk 43: Kentmere and Hollow Moor
    Walk 44: Upper Kentmere and The Ullstone
    Walk 45: Upper Longsleddale (Wren Gill Quarries) and Kentmere Pike
    Walk 46: Longsleddale, Skeggles Water and Brunt Knott
    Walk 47: The Drove Road Section 1: Longsleddale to Kentmere
    Walk 48: The Drove Road Section 2: Kentmere to Troutbeck
    Walk 49: The Drove Road Section 3: Troutbeck to Ambleside (Wansfell)
    Walk 50: The River Kent and Tarns of Potter Fell
    Walk 51: Low Borrowdale and The Lune

CHAPTER 4: THE LIMESTONE FRINGE
    Walk 52: Cunswick Scar and Scout Scar
    Walk 53: Brigsteer Woods and Scout Scar
    Walk 54: Whitbarrow North - the Circuit of Township Allotment
    Walk 55: Whitbarrow East and the Lord’s Seat
    Walk 56: Whitbarrow West (Lord’s Seat) and Witherslack
    Walk 57: Yewbarrow and Beck Head
    Walk 58: Hampsfell
    Walk 59: Humphrey Head
    Walk 60: Cartmel and the Ellerside Ridge

Selected Bibliography

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