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Blea Tarn.

Tour of the Lake District Fells 2

WALK A – 10.7 miles, Ascent 2,635ft

Starting in the lovely Lakeland village of Elterwater, the route takes a short walk along the river before steadily ascending onto the delights of Lingmoor Fell which forms the divide between the Great Langdale and Little Langdale valleys, affording glorious views of the central Lake District mountains. The route descends to the picturesque Blea Tarn and then down to traverse tranquil Little Langdale before returning to Elterwater, and a climb over the lower slopes of Loughrigg to our finishing point in Grasmere.

WALK B – 8 miles, Ascent 1,488 ft

Starting in the lovely Lakeland village of Elterwater, there is a gentle climb over the lower slops of Lingmoor Fell into tranquil little Langdale. The River Brathay is crossed at the picturesque Slaters Bridge, and the route then gradually travels west taking in the beautiful falls of Coliwth and Skelwith Force before returning to Elterwater on an easy, winding path along Elterwater tarn and the river. A final climb over the lower slopes of Loughrigg takes us to the finishing point in Grasmere.

WALK C – 5 miles, Ascent 559 ft

Starting in Ambleside, a short stroll through the park leads onto a minor road along the River Rothay. Upon reaching Pelter bridge, just before Rydal village, the route turns to walk along the lower slopes of Loughrigg, following the southern and western banks of Rydal Water and Grasmere before finishing in Grasmere village itself.