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Catbells Lakeland Walk

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Catbells Lakeland Walk

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PeteLucy434 wrote a review Yesterday
Uxbridge, United Kingdom1,533 contributions264 helpful votes
This is a must walk when we visit the Lakes National Park. In less than an hour, you can get some great views.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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77Emma wrote a review Oct 18
Leeds, United Kingdom211 contributions58 helpful votes
Walked from keswick to catbells thdn up to the summit and back so overall c10 miles. Would recommend going early as can imagine it would get very busy and there are 2 rocky parts which if you are scared of heights can be daunting. Views gorgeous from the top.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Ian H wrote a review Oct 12
Manchester872 contributions313 helpful votes
For a comparatively low Lakeland peak the views from Catbells in all directions are stunning. We had a beautiful walk with views over Derwentwater across to Skiddaw. The hill was busy and parking can be a bit of a problem but find yourself a space and do a loop coming back along the lake. It's well worth it
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Beth Absalom wrote a review Oct 1
United Kingdom19 contributions3 helpful votes
Incredible walk with unbelievable views - exactly what the Lake District is all about. A decent workout to get to the top of both peaks as there is a little hands-on scrambling required towards the top, but well worth it for the views! The trip back down is less impressive especially if you walk back along the road - I’d probably go right down to the lake edge and walk along there instead. We got the boat from Keswick to the start of the trail which really added to the experience although you have to keep an eye on the time to catch the return trip.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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eileen63wirral wrote a review Sep 2020
Birkenhead, United Kingdom283 contributions83 helpful votes
We were so lucky with the weather when we did this walk, warm and sunny and lovely clear views from the top. There were a few parts which involved scrambling up rocky areas, nothing too bad but wouldn’t want to do it in wet weather! Car parking was a field at the start of the walk, there was a bloke collecting £3 per car which we felt was very reasonable. There were people of all ages doing this walk, including children and dogs, and the views from the top and the photos of Der went water were stunning. Took about three hours to get back to the car with a few stops sitting on the grass to get breath back in steeper parts!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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