Lake District Southern Fells Walks

The Coniston Round

The Coniston Round

A visit to Coniston is almost unimaginable without climbing its most famed peak; the Old Man of Coniston. It dominates the village with the summit being barely 3km from the centre (although some 600m higher!). It is popular with walkers and tourist alike as several, well-marked paths snake up to the summit. For the peak …

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A Great Langdale Round

A Great Langdale Round

The valley of Great Langdale in the Lake District has so many hills surrounding it that you’ll have to walk them all on the Great Langdale Round rather than having to choose! Not only do you get to bag a load of Wainwright summits, they’re split between the Wainwright Southern Fells and the Central Fells. …

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Coniston Old Man Jack Diamond Path

An alternative route up Coniston Old Man rather than taking the busier tourist path and just as quick. Returns via  Dow Crag and Buck Pike and the Walna Scar Road. The Route Click here to view the full description and download the route in a new window (external site).

Scafell Pike via Cam Spout

A slightly longer than usual approach to Scafell Pike that starts from Eskdale. It’s a wilder walk, with the long approach from Eskdale and the crossing of the boggy Great Moss and finishing off with an easy scramble up the Cam Spout just for good measure. The Route Click here to view the full description and download …

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Harter Fell from Hardknott Pass

The hardest bit about this trip may well be the drive up the Hardknott Pass. An ideal way to clear the smell of burning brakepads from your nostrils. The Route Click here to view the full description and download the route in a new window (external site).