This page contains all of the walks I have done with the Barrow Ramblers Club. These walks take place on Sundays. We are driven by coach to our destination in the morning (either 8.30am or 9.00am) and then meet the coach again in the later evening (about 5.00pm). The Ramblers have 3 groups of difficulty, namely, “A”, “B” or “C”.
Group “A” is quite a fast pace with virtually no stops, they visit the summits of the fells and also incorporate the occasional scramble and visit more summits during the day than the “B” group–it’s advised to be quite fit before joining this group.
Group “B” visit the summits at a more leisurely pace with a few stops.
Group “C” tackle the lower summits just over 1000 feet of ascent and mainly walk on a more easy terrain.
Below you will find a table of the walks I have done with the Ramblers with pictures and other various details.
|Date of Walk
|Greendale–Easthwaite–Forest Bridge–London Head–Santon Bridge–Hollins–Stang Ends–Nether Wasdale–Tosh Tarn–Greendale.
|31st July 2005
|Orton–Scarside–Sunbiggin Tarn–Rigg End–Newbiggin–Will Hill–Ravenstonedale.
|7th August 2005
|Patterdale–Striding Edge–Helvellyn–White Side–Raise–Sticks Pass–Glenridding.
|14th August 2005
|Ennerdale Bridge–Herdus–Great Borne–Starling Dodd–Red Pike–Buttermere.
|21st August 2005
|New Dungeon Ghyll–Rossett Gill–Esk Hause–Allen Crags–Glaramara–Seatoller
|4th September 2005
|Waberthwaite–Glebe House–Dyke–Stainton Tower–Devoke Water–Boot
|11th September 2005
|Patterdale–Arnison Crag–Birks–Gavel Pike–St. Sunday Crag–Grisedale Tarn–Glenridding
|16th October 2005
|Bassenthwaite–Great Cockup–Great Sca Fell–Roughton Gill–Fell Side–Caldbeck
|23rd October 2005
|Chestnut Hill–Walla Crag–Watendlath–Rosthwaite–Seatoller
|26th March 2006