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Walk up Foinaven No ratings yet.

Like all of the Sutherland mountains, Foinaven rises from low lying flat and boggy terrain and although it is not quite a Munro, it certainly feels like one. This route visits its two highest summits, Ceann Garbh and Ganu Mor, a Corbett Top and Corbett respectively. You can easily add on the summit of A’Che’ir …

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Walk up Glas Bheinn

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At 776m Glas Bheinn achieves Corbett status and proudly faces its better known neighbour Quinag to the west. There are two routes up Glas Bheinn. The first is a long and arduous slog from Inchnadamph at the head of Loch Assynt. The second is this one; a short and steep initial ascent followed by a …

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Walk up Stiperstones – Manstone Rock & Devils Chair from The Bog

Walk up Stiperstones – Manstone Rock & Devils Chair from The Bog 3.5/5 (2)

The Stiperstones are a distinctive hill in Shropshire’s Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Formed some 480 million years ago, during the last ice age the summit stood out above the glaciers and was subject to constant freezing and thawing which shattered the quartzite into a mass of jumbled scree surrounding several residual rocky tors. This area is easily accessible, …

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The Ullswater Way - Pooley Bridge to Aira Force

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Opened in 2015, the Ullswater Way connects shoreline paths, woodland trails, farmland and popular lakeside villages to loop around Ullswater Lake in the English Lake District. The route includes the villages of Pooley Bridge, Patterdale and Glenridding. The entire route is 20 miles (32 km) but can be walked in shorter sections by using Ullswater …

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Walk up Caw Fell, Haycock, Scoat Fell and Steeple from Ennerdale 5/5 (1)

Just west of Pillar summit, Caw Fell, Haycock, Scoat Fell and Steeple sit in a secluded corner of the Lake District. Ennerdale in Lake District’s Western Fells, with crystal clear waters and dense conifers, has almost an alpine appearance. This route showcases Ennerdale at its best, following shoreline paths, climbing between the trees and reaching …

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