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  • Maryport Lake District, Cumbria UK
    the Cumbrian region Maryport was also involved in shipbuilding Now you will discover a few small fishing boats which mingle with private craft in the harbour and marina Local fresh fish can be still be bought at the The Catch shop on the dock and also the trawlers can be seen unloading their catch You can still see the old sandstone quays with remnants of the past You can discover the story of Maryport s past at the Maryport Maritime Museum in Senhouse Street Inside the museum you can also see various exhibits which range from a whale s tooth to telescopes and reminders of Fletcher Christian who was the leader of the Bounty Mutineers and born in Cockermouth North of the town on a hill stand the remains of the Roman Fort of Alauna which was a part of Hadrian s defences against the Picts across the Solway and an outlying bastion of Hadrian s Wall The Senhouse Roman Museum displays and tells the story of the Romans who once occupied the area Discover the Mill Street Link a Pedestrian Walkway which links Senhouse Street with Mill Street and here you will discover a Mosaic known as Mill Race Lonning which depicts the history of Maryport A short walk away is Flemming Square where you will find Georgian houses set around a cobbled square Within the town you will find various hotels cafes restaurants takeaways and drinking establishments to meet everyone s budget Maryport has an excellent aquarium the The Lake District Coast Aquarium where it has a comprehensive collection of native marine life There is daily fish feeding and talks For the younger members there is Shiver Me Timbers play area which can be found behind the Maryport Aquaruim There are two areas for the under 5s and

    Original URL path: http://www.lakedistrictletsgo.co.uk/townsvillagers/maryport_main.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Kendal Hotels Towns and Villages
    Home Ambleside Carlisle Cartmel Cockermouth Coniston Glenridding Grasmere Hawkshead Kendal Keswick Penrith Troutbeck Whitehaven Windermere

    Original URL path: http://www.lakedistrictletsgo.co.uk/townsvillagers/kendal_main.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Coachman's Quarters, Muncaster Castle, Lake District and Cumbria
    Castle Muncaster Castle Ravenglass Cumbria CA18 1RQ Luxury Family Hotels View My Stats Back to Ravenglass or Muncaster Castle Terms Conditions of Use Advertisers Terms Conditions Disclaimer Privacy Policy Copyright Policy Lake District Lets Go Copyright of Click2Visit Ltd and

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  • Old Man of Coniston Walk Lake District
    of Swirl How on route to Wetherlam Highest Point 803m 2633ft Distance 12 5km 7 75miles Time 5hrs Starting Finish Point The car park in the center of the village CONISTON Map not to Scale CONISTON Starting point and Finish From the Sun Hotel turn right up a short access road sign posted as leading to the Old Man and Levers Water At the end of the road pass through a gate next to a sign to the Youth Hostel on to a trackway Eventually the track comes to a bridge which then takes the track over Church Beck do not cross the bridge Keep to the left side of Church Beck following the path soon crossing the stile and eventually the path begins to climb to the left meeting up with a path from the left Continue upwards ignoring the tracks on the right until you arrive at Low Water following the steep path to the summit of Old Man Coniston From the summit head northwards on an easy descent and ascent along the ridge to Brim Fell from here you will descend to Levers Hause and then ascend towards Swirl How From the summit of Swirl How the descent down Prison Band is steep and extra care to be taken underfoot across the stony ground on reaching the gap you begin to ascend to Wetherlam From Wetherlam head south along a pleasant ridge descending keeping away from the edges of Hen Crag eventually onto the ridge of Lad Stones descending this and finally bearing left to find the quarry track rising from the Coppermines Valley and follow the track back down to Church Beck and back into Coniston If you would like to submit pictures or a link to your site and to advertise please do Please Contact

    Original URL path: http://www.lakedistrictletsgo.co.uk/activities/walking/walks/coniston_oldman.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Lake District Helvellyn and Striding Edge
    you reach Rattlebeck Bridge on your right which straddles Glenridding Beck do not cross the bridge Turn left with the caravan site on your right slightly behind you and continue upwards on the track through the fell wall Bearing left to cross Mires Beck and start to make an ascent up to Little Cove to a stone wall running along the shoulder above From here the path follows the wall to take you onto Birkhouse Moor where the ridge can be boggy eventually arriving at the Hole in the Wall Looking forward to your right you will see Catstycam to the left Swirral Edge the route later on in the day to descend Over the stile and head forward to the rocky features ahead that takes you to the start of Striding Edge avoiding the path to the right to Red Tarn and Catstycam The ground will become steep on both sides with Red Tarn on your right in front and Nethermost Cove on your left in front The best way to cross Striding Edge is to keep to crest of the ridge there is a path below the ridge if required The most difficult part comes where the ridge descends sharply where a little scrambling is required before the final climb to the summit From the shelter heading northwards along the rim of the summit plateau passing the trig point arriving onto the top of Swirral Edge suddenly there is a drop and looks steep and exposed It is not as bad has it sounds then suddenly the going gets easier after the first section Continue along the ridge until you arrive at the Col then ascend the last section onto Catstcam From here descend down the faint path on the east ridge down to Red Tarn Beck where

    Original URL path: http://www.lakedistrictletsgo.co.uk/activities/walking/walks/glenridding_helvellyn.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Scafell Pike Walk Borrowdale Lake District
    Seathwaite Valley Starting point and Finish Take the track heading through the farm onto Stockley Bridge and over Grains Gill and pass through the gate in the wall You will bear right to take up above Taylor Gill Force you won t see it and it begins to level off has you follow Styhead Gill on your right eventually arriving at a wooden bridge to cross Walk pass Styhead Tarn on your left coming to a wooden rescue box just pass the Tarn Head off to the left on a slight ascent passing a few small Tarns on your right there is a slight descent to the right to join the Corridor Route beneath Spout Head The path takes you through some rugged and exposed places and finishes above Lingmell Col and from here the path takes you up the stony slopes of Scafell Pike to the summit Head north east from the cairn across the plateau and the path descends into the Col between Scafell Pike and Broad Crag Begin to ascend to the right of Broad Crag and follow the path across the top to a fork The left fork takes you to the summit of Great End and the right fork continues to take you down to Esk Hause if you go onto the summit of Great End you must retrace your steps back to the fork A cairn marks the junction of three routes one to the right for Esk Pike another down to the right to the River Esk and the one we want is straight down to the Esk Hause Shelter to the left On reaching the shelter turn left to take you pass Great End which is on your left heading towards Sty Head Sprinkling Tarn Rossett Gill track The stream on the

    Original URL path: http://www.lakedistrictletsgo.co.uk/activities/walking/walks/borrowdale_scafell.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Langdale Pikes Lake District
    2414ft Distance 10 5km 6 5miles Time 5hrs Starting Finish Point The car park at New Dungeon Ghyll Sticklebarn LANGDALES Map not to Scale LANGDALES Starting point and Finish From the car park take the path that leads past the toilets and goes behind Sticklebarn to a stony path that runs alongside Stickle Ghyll Take this path with Stickle Ghyll being on your right all the time has you ascend upwards to Stickle Tarn passing the waterfalls on route On reaching Stickle Tarn follow the path to the right that will take you around the Tarn to Bright Beck Take the left path and cross over the Beck this will now take you along the Beck with Bright Beck being on your right and on the left the rocky formation of Pavey Ark and it s buttresses Eventually you will arrive at the top to a grassy plateau near Thunacar Knott Keeping to the path and heading in a southern direction you will arrive at Harrison Stickle with Stickle Tarn down below to your left From here you will begin too descent in a westerly direction down too a Beck to cross and only to ascend once again to arrive at Pike O Stickle where there will be a small scramble to the top you will have to scramble down the same section to come off the summit After descending the summit you will go right in south direction for Loft Crag On reaching Loft Crag you will continue along the path where the descent will become steep eventually leveling off for a time before coming steep again has you past Mark Gate and Dungeon Ghyll Force on your left Shortly you will arrive back at the point off start behind Sticklebarn If you would like to submit pictures or

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  • Grasmere, Easedale Tarn Lake District
    first right Easedale Road continue up the road passing the sign Youth Hostel going to your right On the bend of the road you will see a sign saying Easedale Tarn on your left and a footbridge ignore this and continue on the road past Lancrigg Hotel and you will enter into a field Passing a few houses you will arrive at a fork go right signed Far Easedale Helm Crag on a rough track leading up to a metal farm gate Through the gate and bear left to another fork in the path and go left signed Far Easedale Borrowdale The path will lead you between drystone walls and across some fields to some barns Passing the barns you will arrive at Far Easedale Gill continuing on the path you will arrive at a footbridge cross over the bridge you will arrive at another fork in the path 40m 43yd take the left fork and you will begin to ascend steeply and pass a split boulder and a footpath marker You will climb to the top of the field on your left and onto some more footpath markers and you will start to go right slightly arriving at Sourmilk Gill keeping to the path around the boggy land you soon arrive at Easedale Tarn From here you circle the tarn arriving back at this point to where you will descend back down this time going down Sourmilk Gill The route from here is straight forward but care is required underfoot Eventually you will arrive at a stone wall and go through the kissing gate which then joins a farm track across the fields Keeping to the track and entering through a metal gate and into another field On reaching the concrete bridge go through the left gate which takes

    Original URL path: http://www.lakedistrictletsgo.co.uk/activities/walking/walks/grasmere_easedaletarn.html (2016-02-13)
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