Walks The Western Lakes
by Richard Hallewell
(2003; last rewalked and updated, 2016)
32 pages – 22 walks
The Lake District is the famous area of spectacular peaks and lakes in the north-west of England. This guide covers the western part of the area, including the Cumbrian coast, Ennerdale, Wasdale & Eskdale. This is a less-visited part of the Lakes – having no major tourist towns – but it contains some of the most dramatic scenery and walking in the Lakes. Walks range from 1.5 miles to 13 miles (2.5-21km). Routes include: Great Gable, Illgill Head & Wast Water, Ravenglass and a path through Eskdale.
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