A circular, half-day mountain (above 600m) walk in national park Lake District (England) starting at Seatoller, Cumbria, about 9km (roughly 6 miles) long and unsuitable for families with children, prams/pushchairs, wheelchairs.
Start: Seatoller, OS Grid: NY245138
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Elevation Profile (x: waypoint number, y: metres)Start: Seatoller, OS Grid: NY245138 Elevation Profile (x: waypoint number, y: metres)
Gain (+/- 10%): 678m (2227ft)
Total (+/- 10%): 1377m (4519ft)
Loss (+/- 10%): 698m (2292ft)
Max. Elevation: 770m (2526ft)
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A full-day mountain (above 600m) walk in Lake District from Seatoller, England, 17km (~11m) long.
A half-day countryside walk in Lake District from Rosthwaite, England, 11km (~7m) long.
A half-day countryside walk in Lake District from Grange, England, 7km (~4m) long.
From the village, head along the road towards the river. About 200m beyond the bridge, a footpath heads southeast towards High Buck How.
The path heads up to Tarn at Leaves, a marvellous little spot with great views north down the valley.
Head over the high ground of Rosthwaite Fell, aiming for the narrow, tarn-dotted gap between Woof Gill and Combe Gill.
The high point of the day is Glaramara, 783m and a popular peak. The best view is looking west over Seathwaite Fell to Great Gable.
Take the obvious path heading almost north. There is a steep path down Hind Gill if the weather's bad; if the views are good, follow the brow of Thornythwaite Fell.
The path drops out at the bridge just outside Seatoller. There is a pub and cafe in the village for the post-walk treats.