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Walking in Cumbria and Beyond

Sea to Sky Cumbria

Sea to Sky Cumbria



Nothing out of the ordinary

I thought,

when wondering

what to write about on this self indulgent page.

Looking at my photos for the last seven days,

I am reminded again how diverse Cumbria is.

Kent Estuary

Kent Estuary

I’ve been by the sea on the Kent Estuary.

Kent Estuary

Kent Estuary – Milnthorpe

In pristine park land where the grass ins grazed closure than the Queen of Hearts could cut it with her nail scissors.

Dallam Park

Dallam Park

Then there was a stroll in my role a NP volunteer over the gently undulating folds of the Dales way from Staveley to Windermere.

Dales Way

Dales Way near Windermere

With a ride back on the train.

And so to the sky.  Well almost.



Way up to Wetherlam

Not the highest but still able to give that on top of the world feeling.

But it wasn’t all hills and hikes.

As far as festival sites go,

Keswick Mountain Festival

Keswick Mountain Festival

Keswick’s has to top the scale for drama and KT Tunstall certainly found it different.

Chris Bonington’s inspirational talk was a little less incongruous. 

Look for Sea to Sky elsewhere in the world and you’ll find a highway and Gondola in Canada.  With yes, a hike in the USA

May be that’s an idea for Cumbria.  The sea to sky hike from the Cumbria coast to Scafell.  Anyone want to join me?

Search my site for walk routes and maps up Wetherlam.



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