Scrambles in the Lake District - South
By Brian Evans
Guidebook to 126 scrambling routes in the English Lake District. The graded scrambles climb the rocks and ghylls of Langdale, Easedale, Coniston, Duddon Valley, Howgills, Eskdale, Longsleddale and Kentmere. Routes range from grade 1 through grades 2 to 4, where the use of a rope is recommended. Includes advice on equipment, safety and techniques.
SeasonsNot suitable in winter or bad weather conditions
CentresAmbleside, Coniston, Langdale valley, Seathwaite, Boot, Staveley, Tebay
DifficultyAll scrambles graded: the easiest are suitable for adventurous walkers while higher grades require rope and mountaineering skills
Must SeeEsk Gorge, Crescent Climb (Pavey Ark), Long Crag Buttress, Pike of Stickle, Raven Crag (Yewdale), Easy Terrace (Dow Crag)
Get Scrambling – how to transition from walking to scrambling with Carl McKeating
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Brian Evans, one of the UK's leading climbers in the 1960s and 70s, has brought his wealth of mountain experience to this guide. He and his wife are well-known figures in the outdoor community and have provided walkers with a number of exceptional guides to exploring the countryside, particularly the English Lakes, on foot. Brian is a member of the Outdoor Writers' Guild. Brian was a founder of Cicerone Press and is the authority on scrambling in the Lake District.View author profile
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