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Longsleddale and Kentmere Pike from Sadgill
Introduction to Walk 1147

Photo from the walk - Longsleddale and Kentmere Pike from Sadgill

Nat Park - Lake District - Lake District Far Eastern Fells

County/Area - Cumbria

Author - Lou Johnson

Length - 8.0 miles / 13 km

Ascent - 2145 feet / 650 metres

Time - 6 hours 10 minutes

Grade - moderate

This Lake District walk from Sadgill includes Longsleddale and Kentmere Pike. Providing a quieter aspect of the Lake District there are fewer walkers on these fells. The outward section follows the valley with a higher level return to the start. Wainwrights included in this walk are - Harter Fell, Kentmere Pike, Shipman Knotts. A GPS File is available for download (see walk description). A route profile is also provided.

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Length - 7.0 miles / 11.4 km

Note : The distances quoted to other walks in the vicinity are measured in a straight line. The distance by road may be further.

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