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Walks in the Lake District’s Eastern Fells

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Walks in the Lake District’s Eastern Fells

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About Walks in the Lake District’s Eastern Fells

The Lake District’s Eastern Fells are bordered at their southern end by Rydal, Ambleside and the Kirkstone Pass. To the East by Ullswater, Thirlmere to the West and petering off towards the A66 in the north. It includes such illustrious peaks as Helvellyn and Fairfield – both classic Lakeland peaks with exceptional walking.

Helvellyn boasts the best scrambling in the Lakes, with both Striding Edge and Swirral Edge forming an exciting horseshoe. We’ve dedicated a post to All the Walks up Helvellyn . Among it’s haul of 35 Wainwrights, you’ll also find the summits of Catstye CamRaiseSt Sunday CragRed Screes and Seat Sandal.

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