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We walked from Elterwater up the Langdale Valley to Blae Tarn and then round to the Three Shires Inn (always something interesting going on here - today lots of vintage motorcycles) and then the last couple of miles back to Elterwater for a quick one...More
An interesting walk but only for well equipped and experienced wasljers. Angle Tarn, if approached from Great Langdale can best be reached via one of two options. Either up Rosset Ghyll ( a shorter but steeper route), or up the Band and then skirt around...More
I have visited Angle term several times and always been blown away by its sheer beauty
Set in its own amphitheatre makes it even more stunning
I was spoiled by the blue sky and sunlight which just made it even better
You need a decent...More
Beer and water, both go well together. First make your way up to Angle tarn and absorb om of the most fantastic scenery in England, bath in the tarn if weather and skills suitable. A super divert would be up on to Bow fell. Make...More
Picturesque tarn with wonderful acoustics. Nice walk up and down to it from whichever direction, nice views over Langstrath and over to the Tongue. Really quiet and still in March when no one is around.
This walk starts from Old Dungeon Ghyll hotel.There is a car park opposite the hotel (National Trust) were you can park your car/mini bus.(£5.20).
The walk begins from behind the hotel following a track towards a gate.You will see a sign saying "you are entering...More