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Just wonderful! So calm, so peaceful!

my first hike for nearly over 10years, had an amazing day the view wernt the best because of low clouds but what a climb, very rocky at the start but the path gets easier as you go, just keep thinking your nearly there and you'll do it, that's my motto and I conquered it of to snowdan next week then the big Ben Nevis after then hitting irish peaks, I can say the pike got me attached.

2 days ago

Simple route which at the summit provides excellent views. Very stony so decent hiking boots are a must!

3 days ago

Nice view :)

Beast of a hike but awesome!

First time good views from top

5 days ago

Great views. Fairly challenging in places.

A nice easy route for a quick weekend walk with some lovely scenery. Would recommend the longer route around Rutland water if biking. The pub in Hambleton is definitely worth stopping at afterwards.

Started from the Irish Sea at St Bees on July 11, 2018. A beautiful walk along the coastline past the lighthouse. We could see the Isle of Man off the coast. We headed inland through pastures then along a rail line to a path into Cleator. The steep climb started after Cleator leading up a steep dirt road near forest clear cutting fields. Afterwards there was a final steep trail up to the top of the hill that could be seen from Cleator. There were two cairns at this spot. From there we headed across the rolling hilltop to a steep rough downhill into the valley that led northward to Ennerdale.

Took this route going up to the summit of Snowdon on Monday 2nd July. Views were amazing to see in all directions.

Love this route. Can be very muddy in winter so wear proper footwear. Easy in summer - I did in sandals. Some ups and downs but still an easy walk. Enjoy!

The easiest route up the mountain. Takes a bit longer but easy to navigate. Little cafe at halfway during peak months.

Love this trek and the Glen Clova area as a whole, so many great hikes from here. The Corrie fee and the views from the top are stunning. We like to climb in February which makes it even more beautiful and challenging

cross the river.turn left straight up.top scramble.

Ben Vorlich by far the easier of the two. Stuc A’Chroin definitely worth the extra effort. Fun scramble at the top.

Views are amazing. Pretty relentless, long and boring slog to get to summit of Ben More. Traverse between the two mountains is fun though!

It's a gentle climb to gorgeous views.

We didn’t take exactly this trail. We took the ferry from Keswick across Derwent Water lake to the cat bells trailhead.

We then ascended to cat bells and walked along the ridge line to several additional high points — Maiden Moor and High Spy. Then we back tracked a bit and descended and took the ferry back. This was about 5 miles and ~2000 ft total elevation gain.

One can easily add chunks of distance to this hike on the end (all flat) if you want to hike along Derwent Water a bit to one of the various ferry points— or all the way back along the lake.

All in all a fantastic hike with great views.

14 days ago

Never done a walk or hike before ... but decided to try the three peaks as my first with my best friend... we managed to complete pen-y-ghent, whernside in 9 hours ... unfortunately we only got up to steep climb on ingleborough... we are returning next month to complete

Amazing. This is very challenging, but doable with children. Did with wife and 9 & 12 year olds on a sunny calm day. Would hate to try in rain. Once at top head to rock formation (7-8 minute walk) for 360 panoramic view.

15 days ago

Great wee hill to start walking with your kid.

16 days ago

fantastic views

I absolutely loved the west highland way. Scotland is such a beautiful county and this trail shows you many diffrent sides of it. The rain ads to the true Scottish experience, the people I met along the way are great and the views are breathtaking. This hike is perfect for a first time long distance, sometimes a little challenging but overall not too hard!

Can go there by car

on Brean Down Fort

18 days ago

Great hike, taking in the views of Brean one side and Weston-Super-Mare the other.
The steps up the hill can be challenging, unless you go the other way round first and do the steps last (still takes it out of your knees).
Recommend looking around Brean Fort, halfway round the route.

Beautiful walk

21 days ago

23 days ago

i live realy near the greenock cut trail and i couldnt say anything bad about it it is so accesable and it is realy easy to find there it is sign posted all over greenock so you can easiely find it it is great if you want to start hikongbut dont know where to begin it has fantastic veiws to the clyde and the west highlands. if you deside to walk the full thing you can go to cornerlees and enjoy a nice coffee from the café.

Nice trial. Pitty is was cloudy and windy.

26 days ago


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