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Easedale Tarn

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Easedale Tarn

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rajkn wrote a review Nov 4
London, United Kingdom131 contributions69 helpful votes
Was looking for a decent walk from close to Windermere and this walk came up. Glad that we did this one as its a brilliant walk from Grasmere village. Just the right time and effort required to get up to the tarn and back. The views on the way and once we reach there are outstanding with beautiful waterfalls on the way. The day we went for this walk, the weather was really dramatic changing from very heavy rainfall to sunshine and then we were pelted with hailstones with a raging wind during the 2-3 hr return walk. Due to the incessant rain there was a lot of marshy land on route along with lots of streams etc. The hike can also get very slippery after heavy rains. But it was all worth the effort for the fabulous views.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Fifik27 wrote a review Oct 2020
Rossendale, United Kingdom124 contributions24 helpful votes
On a recommendation my husband did the walk to Easedale Tarn. Amazing views and really tranquil. It’s a great walk, an easy route to navigate.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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John J wrote a review Oct 2020
North Yorkshire, United Kingdom656 contributions265 helpful votes
This is a great circuit to do for less experienced walkers who don’t want to climb several peaks. The path is well signposted and a loop can be achieved by descending from the Tarn back to Grasmere via Upper Easdale. We particularly enjoyed our walk up to the tarn by topping it off with a wild swim- highly recommended!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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V3463HSchristine wrote a review Oct 2020
Chelmsford, United Kingdom72 contributions41 helpful votes
Fab walk - quite taxing as it was slippery after rain but the views are lovely. We walked on a Sunday morning In October and very busy - so you do have to pass close to other walkers
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Pottsicle wrote a review Oct 2020
Widnes, United Kingdom36 contributions6 helpful votes
I've done this hike, from Grasmere to the tarn, twice now. The first time was in terrible weather (driving wind and rain) which was not so good, but on this visit the weather was glorious. A well marked path up to the tarn, there are a couple of steeper sections but fantastic views and a few small waterfalls on the way up too
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Date of experience: October 2020
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