Programme of Events
Saturday 25th May
A strenuous walk of 8 miles with splendid views over Ullswater.
A strenuous walk of about 12 miles and 1500ft of ascent around a classic lakeland horseshoe.
A strenuous walk of about 7 miles and 2700ft of ascent with an opportunity to swim in Small Water.
An easy/moderate walk of about 6 miles taking in the sweeping vista of Morecambe Bay.
A strenuous walk of 7 miles and 1875ft of ascent with great views of Windermere.
A moderate walk of 6.5 miles to Farleton Knott to see the Limestone Pavement.
Sunday 26th May
An easy / moderate walk of 6 miles from Grasmere to the Lion and the Lamb.
A fantastic walk of 6.5 miles around the Howgills seeing Cautley Spout waterfall in all it’s glory.
A moderate circular walk from Kendal along Scout Scar and back.
A moderate walk of about 9.5 miles with the opportunity of learning basic navigation skills.
A moderate linear walk of about 7 miles from Staveley to Orrest Head - Wainwright's famous viewing point.
A moderate walk of 5.5 miles to Arnside Knott with panoramic views of the Lakeland Fells.
A moderate walk of 3 miles (some steep sections) learning about the woodlands.
Monday 27th May
A strenuous walk of 12 miles and 3700ft of ascent around possibly the most famous Lakeland Horseshoe.
A strenuous walk of 13.5 miles around the Kentmere Horseshoe.
A moderate walk of 5 or 10 miles by the River Dee.
An easy, wheelchair friendly walk of 1.25 miles viewing Ospreys, Lizards and other wildlife in thier own habitat.
An easy walk of 2 miles on Kendals' very own hill - a great introduction to our local landmark.
A moderately strenuous walk of 7.5 miles to Easdale Tarn where you will have the opportunity of cold water swimming.
Easy - Walks with no steep ascents or descents and few stiles, taken at a leisurely pace.
Moderate - Terrain not too hilly and with only short and / or gentle ascents, through the countryside, and requiring some physical fitness.
Strenuous - Will involve long and / or steep ascents in a mountain / moorland setting, requiring a good level of fitness and some experience of hill walking.