Cumbrian Fells in winter

Walking in Cumbria

Listed below are some tried and tested walks. Some start and finish in the village or are within a 15 - 45 minutes drive from Storth. All walks are circular and take around 2 hours. Most start and finish near a good pub. 

Storth to Hazelslack

Storth to top of quarry

Torver to Coniston Longlands - Burton - Priest Hutton  Storth - Teddy Heights - Fairy Steps

Lythe Valley - Whitbarrow Scar



Crosby Ravensworth

Bowland Bridge 

Castlerigg Stone Circle

Tosca near Kirkby Lonsdale Dent Barbon Higher Tiberthwaite
Halton Satterthwaite Condor Green - Aldcliffe rtn (8m) Legburthwaite (Steep ascent/decent) Fairy Steps from Storth
Wray Troutbeck Troutbeck 2 Elterwater - (Skelwith and Colwith Forces) Sedgwick
Lowick Common Sedburgh Cartmel Fell Bouth Arkholme
Dallam Deer Park Cockerham High Newton Far Sawrey Bowland Bridge (all on roads)
Cark in CartmelSatterthwaite2SedburghLonglands HotelStaveley
ThirlmereCowan BridgeSwinsideAbbeysteadBouth 2
Broughton MillsKings MeaburnSimpson GroundFinisthwaite
Pooley Bridge
Great Langdale
Heversham Head
Condor Green
Oxen Park
Force Mills
Bowland Bridge (Roads)
Warton Crag
Birkrigg Common
Ulverston CanalBurnesideSilverdaleIngsCrooklands
Bigland TarnSource of the BelaSmardale GillUlverstonRigmaden Bridge
HaverthwaiteGait BarrowBrigsteerBroughton MillsDolphinholme
Torver High CommonStrickland ArmsLatterbarrowLythe ValleyLoughrigg
Staveley-Potter TarnLuptonHampsfellGlasson DockOver Kellett
Strawberry BankAskhamTorver

Cumbria in summer

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