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Davon

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Good paths
« on: 07:58:39, 19/08/17 »
Hi
In the caravan in the lakes , and once again its torrential !!! >:(
Can anyone suggest a short easy Wainwright to do , but most importantly with decent paths in the rain (thinking Sale or Lingfell). My wife does not do really muddy boots.


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ninthace

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Re: Good paths
« Reply #1 on: 08:29:49, 19/08/17 »
Loughrigg? Approach from Grasmere side.
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Sarah Pitht

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Re: Good paths
« Reply #2 on: 19:42:36, 19/08/17 »
Castle Crag from Grange.


Dodd from Mirehouse.


TBH, I rarely find Cumbrian fells that muddy. Boggy perhaps. You should try Worcestershire fields - so muddy your boots weigh loads!!
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henryb

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Re: Good paths
« Reply #3 on: 13:51:29, 20/08/17 »
Cat Bells and Latrigg from Keswick/ Wansfell from Ambleside

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Re: Good paths
« Reply #4 on: 13:07:39, 22/08/17 »
Hallin Fell from Martindale
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Re: Good paths
« Reply #5 on: 13:27:31, 22/08/17 »
Castle Crag from Grange.

That was the one that sprang to mind for me too.

Failing that, one of the many lakeside paths perhaps.
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