Welcome to walkthefells.net

The main aim of this site has been to build up a comprehensive and practical resource dedicated to walking in the English Lake District. I am passionate about the Lake District and as a regular walker the website has grown around my personal online walking log. This shows you the Lake District at all times of year, in all weather conditions, and although the site may have a bias towards the fells themselves, it is by no means restricted to the higher places. I’m confident that there is something here for everyone, from the hardened fellwalker to the complete novice out for a short stroll.

Hopefully it does what it says on the tin, and the website is indeed “Delivering the Lake District to your home”

 

Visiting the Lake District Tarns - A walking theme for 2015

I have decided to make 2015 a year with a fell walking theme, and the theme will be the Lake District tarns.

 

The walks from walkthefells.net

Recent Walks

22nd April 2015

The Lake District Tarns Walk 39

Stickle Tarn and Great Stickle Tarn

6.1 mile / 1600 ft ascent

Ulpha Church - Ulpha Bridge - Birks - Kiln Bank Cross - Stickle Tarn - Stickle Pike - Great Stickle - Grest Stickle Tarn(s) - Black Stones - Road back to Ulpha
 

21st April 2015

The Lake District Tarns Walk 38

3 Tarns above Eskdale

4.1 mile / 900 ft ascent

Near Dalegarth Hall - Eskdale road - Beckfoot - Blea Tarn - Blind Tarn - Siney Tarn - Blea Tarn Hill - Peat Huts - Boot - Eskdale Church - River Esk - Near Dalegarth Hall
 

19th April 2015

The Lake District Tarns Walk 37

Tarns around Over Water

6.3 mile / 600 ft ascent

Binsey Cottage - Whitefield Cottage - Overwater Hall - Little Tarn - Orthwaite - road towards Longlands - Chapelhouse Reservoir - Chapel House Farm - Over Water - Whitefield Cottage - Binsey Cottage
 

18th April 2015

The Lake District Tarns Walk 36

7 tarns from Grasmere

12.3 mile / 3400 ft ascent

A591 - Butharlyp How - Easdale - Easdale Tarn - Codale Tarn - Sergeant Man - Thunacar Knott Tarn - Thunacar Knott - High Raise - Sergeant Man Tarn(s) - Ash Crags Tarn - Brownrigg Tarn - Calf Crag - Steel Fell Tarn(s) - Steel Fell - Cotra Breast - Helmside - Low Mill Bridge - A591
 

17th April 2015

The Lake District Tarns Walk 35

Devoke Water and Holehouse Tarn

6.8 mile / 1300 ft ascent

Birker Fell Road - Devoke Water - Rigg Beck - Woodend Height - Yoadcastle - Stainton Pike - Holehouse Tarn - fellside above Woodend - Devoke Water - Birker Fell Road
 

11th April 2015

The Lake District Tarns Walk 34

Tarns between Kirkby Moor and Woodland

9.7 mile / 2000 ft ascent

Kirkby Moor - Great Burney - Grey Stone Moss - Little Burney - Subberthwaite Common - Tottlebank Height - Blawith Knott - Lang Tarn - Blawith Knott - Giant's Grave - Woodland Tarn - Woodland Church - Road back to Giant's Grave - Pewet Tarn - Knittleton (Blind) Tarn - Burney Tarn - Kirkby Moor
 

9th April 2015

The Lake District Tarns Walk 33

Two tarns near Nether Wasdale

4.5 mile / not much ascent

Cinderdale Bridge - Mill Place - Scale Bridge - Woodhow Tarn - Wast Water - Lund Bridge - Woodhow - Flass Tarn - Cinderdale Bridge
 

7th April 2015

The Lake District Tarns Walk 32

Tarns near Ravenglass

3.5 mile / 300 ft ascent

Ravenglass - Walls Castle - Newtown - Newtown Knott - Newtown - Decoy Pond - Muncaster Castle entrance - A595 - Ravenglass
 

 

Yearly Walking Logs

Open Year Walks Distance (m)
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
    1486 10,772
Note: no walks were recorded prior to mid 2003

Walks by starting point

Find a walk using an overview map showing all the places I have used as a starting point for a walk
 

Walks without summits

Choose a lower level walk that does not include any of the fell tops
 

Cross referencing distance X ascent

 

The Fells - Find a walk that includes the fell of your choice
 
 
 

Misc website links from walkthefells.net

Past Times

 
Photo Galleries

 

A bit about me and the site

 

 
Sheepfolds and ruins of the Lake District

 

Contact

Sorry folks but I’ve had to remove my email address from the website. I was getting far more emails than I have the time to read and reply to.
If you’ve contacted me in the past and still have the address please feel free to email again. To everyone else, all I can do is apologise.

 

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Walking the Lakeland Passes


A walking project I devised and carried out in 2012

 

Links

 
In association with walkthefells.net

Andrew Leaney's The Lakeland Fells

 
 
Richard Ratcliffe's Summiteer website

 

Sharkey's Dream - Lake District walking

 
 
Chris Drake's One Man and His Dog walking and photo website