Staveley - Ratherheath Tarn - Staveley

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A surprisingly delightful stroll, with no steep sections whatsoever, through woodland, glade and heath to Ratherheath Tarn, accompanied always by the prominent Lake District fells.

England - North England - Cumbria - Lake District - South West

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Church, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Moor, Pub, River, Tea Shop, Toilets
25/09/2017 - Jim Grindle

Note that from August 2017 parking in the Mill Yard is restricted to two hours and that it is monitored. There is no public car park so on-street parking must be found. Jim Grindle.

07/06/2014 - Robert Hughes

Completed on a warm sultry day – which it suited well as there is only gentle ascent and the wooded sections gave welcome respite from the sun.

19/05/2014 - Francine Sagar

This is a really beautiful walk, spoiled by incredibly bad descriptions. I did this walk twice within a couple of weeks, with different people, and both lots agreed that the wording was often misleading and sometimes inaccurate. This walk needs re-writing. (it also needs updating with details of the millyard...)

16/04/2012 - Jim Grindle

I was in an RA group led by Stan Gilroy and we all agreed that it was a beautiful walk. The main road is very dangerous to cross, though, and the start is better in the Mill yard where there is now a cafe, a pub and a bakery (serving refreshments also) plus lots of free parking. Jim Grindle.

18/11/2005 - Stephen Bradbury

A very good walk for a winter's day.

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