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Walking In The Lake District


Hiking BootsThe Lake District is extremely popular with walkers as you would imagine and fell walking is one of the most popular activities in the Lakes.

There are plenty of low level walks to suit all ability and fitness levels but if you want something a little more challenging yet are not prepared to venture out on your own you can join guided walks.




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'Andrew Leaney's Lakeland Fells'
'Andrew Leaney's Lakeland Fells'
Andrew Leaney's impressively informative website covers walks throughout the Lake District including a broad swathe of the south lakes as far as Humphrey Head (a webmaster favourite). There is a comprehensive guide to the fells and a walking log stretching back to 2001. It is however for walker and non-walkers alike the incredible photography that makes this site so rewarding to tarry awhile on. There are panoramic shots to take your breath away particularly from the summit...... more
The Wainwright Society
The Wainwright Society
Alfred Wainwright died in 1991, but the work of this iconic Lakeland figure lives on through his guidebooks, his animal rescue work and the society dedicated to keeping alive his works - The Wainwright Society. Formed in 2002, the society publishes a website and a regular newsletter, hosts events and runs an active online forum. For more details, see the website above.  ... more
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