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Lake District Walking Weekend

Sat 2nd - Sun 3rd Jul 2022

Walk Details:

Event Type
Group Walk
Region / Area
Northern England / Cumbria
Local Group
North Yorkshire
12 or 12ml.
Start Time
08.30 am
Saturday walk starting from Keswick: Meet at road side by Pencil Museum Keswick (bottom of the town) NY 263237 Sunday walk starting from Keswick: Meet at the Moot Hall Keswick centre GR: NY 266 234

Saturday will be the Coledale Horsehoe which is approximately 12 miles and Includes the ascent of Grisdale pike. Traversing the horseshoe and descending via Causey Pike. Possible boat ride back to Keswick. It is a moderate to difficult walk.
Sunday will be the Watendlath circular which is approximately 12 miles and includes the ascent to Walla Crag - some moorland walking - visit Watendlath and Keswick's popular view point. It is a moderate walk

General Notes
It would be helpful if people could let Wendy Leete know if they are joining us for both days or either day via my email No dogs
Wendy & Jon Leete

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