I'm in the process of updating my website. New walks will be added here as I put them online. The plan over time is to transfer all my old walks to the new site. The old site is still available to enable access to the huge number of previous walks and all the fell information.

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Sun 28 Jun 2015 - Bleaberry Fell
Great Wood car park - Rakefoot - Walla Crag - Low Moss - Bleaberry Fell - Low Moss - Cat Gill - Great Wood car park [5.50 miles 1,700ft ascent]
Sat 27 Jun 2015 - Fellbarrow and Low Fell
Loweswater car park - old road to Mosser - Fellbarrow - Smithy Fell - Low Fell - Low Fell (south top) - Darling Fell - old road to Mosser - Loweswater - Loweswater car park [5.75 miles 1,600ft ascent]
Thu 11 Jun 2015 - Arthur's Pike
Roehead - The Cockpit, Moor Divock - White Knott - Arthur's Pike - High Street Roman Road - The Cockpit - Roehead [5.75 miles 1,050ft ascent]
Thu 4 Jun 2015 - Castlerigg Stone Circle and High Rigg
Castlerigg Stone Circle - Naddle Bridge - Tewet Tarn - Low Rigg - St John's in the Vale Church - High Rigg - Nest Brow - Castle Lane - Castlerigg Stone Circle [5.00 miles 1,100ft ascent]
Thu 28 May 2015 - Heughscar Hill from Askham
Askham - Heughscar Hill - The Cockpit, Moor Divock - Askham [4.00 miles 600ft ascent]
Thu 21 May 2015 - Rannerdale Bluebells
Cinderdale Common - Rannerdale - Cinderdale Common [1.75 miles 250ft ascent]
Sun 17 May 2015 - PaperBridge and Saint Sunday Crag
Patterdale - Grisedale - Ruthwaite Lodge - Grisedale Tarn - Deepdale Hause - Saint Sunday Crag - Thornhow End - Glenamara Park - Patterdale [8.50 miles 2,300ft ascent]

Welcome to Andrew Leaney's Lakeland Fells website (launched 22 November 2001), my online walking diary with lots of Lakeland photos.

The Lake District National Park (Lakeland) is in the county of Cumbria in north west England and is for many, including myself, one of the most beautiful places in the World. The guidebooks of Alfred Wainwright (AW) inspire me to explore the Lakeland Fells. This site is a record of my wanderings.

The Lakeland fells are wonderful places to explore, there is always something new to discover as well as old favourites to revisit. There are very few wrong ways to go, just easier and harder options and common and less common routes to follow and places to visit. Over time I hope to continue to add more content to show off the area, covering the “standard” as well as the less obvious routes, fells and tarns.

Enjoy the views and happy fellwandering!

Andrew

PS. If you decide to follow one of my walks please don't forget to read my small print.

PPS. You may find the odd walk I've done outside the Lakes.

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