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Mountain Goat Full Day Tour: Ten Lakes Tour of the Lake District
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Mountain Goat Full Day Tour: Ten Lakes Tour of the Lake District

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Home to some of England’s most beautiful landscapes, the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Lake District is a world of rugged fells, rolling hills, and mirror-like lakes. With onboard commentary from your guide, journey through the English countryside to explore top attractions including the Castlerigg Stone Circle and Honister Pass on foot. Stroll through pretty Ambleside—with round-trip travel included.
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JonnoBibb wrote a review Oct 2019
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Steep but rewarding climb from Grasmere village to the summit of Stone Arthur , a Wainwright for peak bagger . Great summit views
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Date of experience: September 2019
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hem0116 wrote a review Apr 2018
Leicester, United Kingdom577 contributions176 helpful votes
Easy safe walk from Grasmere. Great views over Central Fells. Best combined with walks to Great Rigg or Heron Pike
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Date of experience: November 2017
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Chris M wrote a review Aug 2017
Ilkley, United Kingdom78 contributions42 helpful votes
Stone Arthur often over looked, as Dollywagon Pike and Fairfield are higher and up the same path. Once you have been up Stone Arthur you have to come down this fell to go on to another, There is NO ridge walk to the next fell..It's not a gentle walk, it take the same amount of effort to climb Stone Arthur as any other fell, so often over looked for the higher fells with ridge walks....
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Date of experience: October 2016
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Elanios wrote a review Sep 2016
Teesside67 contributions54 helpful votes
We actually visited the 'Beer guzzler festival' which was very rainy but hey ho! The next day was sunny and bright which is why this walk was chosen for 'ease' and beauty. The steep climb is worth the stunning views .. And I can see the sea! Along with views over Easdale and Alcock Tarns we also stand proud over Helm Crag. It's a beauty of a walk with majestic views. There is more advanced fell waking if time allows .. Perfect day
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Date of experience: September 2016
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patrick186342 wrote a review Sep 2016
United Kingdom116 contributions60 helpful votes
a good stiff steep walk up but if you have time carry on up fairfield to complete the fairfield horseshoe a great circular walk 5.5-6 hours round but worth ever step
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Date of experience: August 2016
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