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From Grasmere YHA to Derwent Water yha

A moderate walk (mountain (above 600m)) in national park Lake District starting and finishing in Cumbria, England, about 20.20km (12.55 mi) long with an estimated walking time of about 8:00h (1 overnight stay). It is unsuitable for families with children, prams & pushchairs, wheelchairs.
Elevation Profile
Gain 753m (2470ft)
Loss 757m (2483ft)
Max. Elevation 760m (2493ft)
Elevation (total) 1510m (4953ft)
Start
Grasmere
End
Keswick, Cumbria, England
Created by Anonymous Walker on 26 Sep 2011
Long walk across Grasmere Common and the central ridge of the Lakes. On a good day, Helvellyn and the Scafel Pike can be seen on either side of the central ridge. The walk crosses a large bog after Ullscarf and wet feet are to be expected. Not to be taken lightly, especially after or during a rainy day.

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Waypoints

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Depart from YHA Grasmere.
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Follow the public footpath - direction 'Silver How'.
About 0.31 km (~0.19 miles) from
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Follow the path through the trees and head left towards Silver How.
About 0.59 km (~0.37 miles) from
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Follow the main path. You'll need to cross the stream and follow the path to the first summit.
About 1.22 km (~0.76 miles) from
OS Grid NY301078
From Silver How, follow the path east. Slow ascent to Blea Crag. Several small tarns on the left.
About 2.63 km (~1.63 miles) from
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Follow Blea Rigg, with Stickle Tarn on the left and above it the Langdale Pikes. Follow the path east; Sargeant Man is on the left and it's a slow ascent to High Raise.
About 2.69 km (~1.67 miles) from
OS Grid NY292121
Follow the rotten post path to Ullscarf, it's fairly straightforward.
About 2.94 km (~1.83 miles) from
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Follow the posts until the edge of the fell and turn right to find an easy way around.
About 0.39 km (~0.24 miles) from
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Keep following the posts; the bog starts here, so mind your feet.
About 0.85 km (~0.53 miles) from
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Follow the posts; a tarn on the right.
About 1.05 km (~0.65 miles) from
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Peak number 5 - follow the posts.
About 2.50 km (~1.55 miles) from
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Through the bog - following the posts still, very nice views from here.
About 1.58 km (~0.98 miles) from
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At last, a path to follow! It's well marked but includes some small boggy areas.
About 0.68 km (~0.42 miles) from
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This is a steep descent, but you'll have a fantastic view of Derwent Water.
About 0.95 km (~0.59 miles) from
OS Grid NY267200
Descend toward Ashness Bridge, there are several waterfalls to admire on the way. The YHA is at the foot of the hill.
About 1.27 km (~0.79 miles) from

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