Category Archives: Lake District

Beyond the Shibboleth: Cumbria Way – Sethera

10.8 miles 6h 14m ascent 490m Swineside-High Pike-Caldbeck-Sebergham-Churchtown Pronunciation of Sebergham….SEBrum (source: Cumbrian friend). Rain was forecast and the forecast was on the mark. While driving down to Cumbria, though, the sky was blue and the sun was shining. A … Continue reading

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Cumbria Way: Pimp – the glyndwr of terra and the cold river

9.8 miles 5h 21m 456m ascent Keswick-Glenderaterra-Caldew Valley Miles 46-56 of the Cumbria way. This was the first section where we used two cars, leaving one in Keswick and the other close to the Cumbria Way near Mosedale. The weather … Continue reading

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Cumbria Way: Methera – the valley of the fortress to the oaken river

8.3 mikes  4h 44min 192m ascent Rosthwaite-Keswick It might sound a little more like a journey in the Lord of the Rings than the Cumbria Way, but we were neither beset by orcs nor tempted by an accursèd ring, and … Continue reading

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