Walks rated *** - moderate

Cold Pike and Pike of Blisco 7km
Lingmoor Fell and Side Pike 7km
Yewbarrow 7km
Seat Sandal 7km
Harter Fell (Eskdale) 7km
Bleaberry Tarn, Red Pike, and Dodd 7km
Fleetwith Pike via Fleetwith Edge 7km
A visit to Place Fell overlooking Ullswater 7km
Steel Edge and Wetherlam Edge, from Tilberthwaite 8km
Great Carrs and Grey Friar 8km
Birks and Arnison Crag 8km
Haystacks 8km
Barf, Lord's Seat, Ullister Hill and Seat How 8km
Causey Pike and Scar Crag 8km
Middle Fell, Seatallan, Buckbarrow - a Greendale round 8km
Branstree and Selside Pike from Mardale Head 9km
Walla Crag and Bleaberry Fell from Great Wood 9km
The Old Man of Coniston, from Coniston village 9km
Glenridding Dodd, Heron Pike and Sheffield Pike 9km
Scafell Pike - The Easy Way 9km
Hen Comb from Loweswater village 10km
Gavel Fell and Blake Fell from Maggie's Bridge, Loweswater 10km
Burnbank Fell, Holme Force and the woods 10km
A short walk to Hart Side from Park Brow 10km
Lonscale Fell via Burnt Horse Ridge 10km
Carrock Fell and High Pike 10km
Ullock Pike, Longside Edge, Carl Side 10km
Misty Skiddaw 10km
Dow Crag and Goats Water 11km
Wansfell Pike, Troutbeck, and Skelghyll Wood 11km
Graystones, Broom Fell, and Lord's Seat 11km
Little and Great Sca Fells, Meal Fell, and Great Cockup 11km
Mellbreak and Scale Force 11km
Walna Scar, White Maiden, White Pike, with a visit to Blind Tarn 11km
Grey Crag, Harrop Pike, and Tarn Crag above Longsleddale 11km
Great Calva and Knott from Mosedale 12km
Brock Crags and Angletarn Pikes circular walk from Hartsop 12km
Stone Arthur, Great Rigg, Heron Pike and Nab Scar 13km
Lodore Falls, Watendlath, Grange Fell, and the Bowder Stone circular 13km
Easedale Tarn, Codale Tarn, and Tarn Crag 13km
High Street (Racecourse Hill), and a few friends, from Mardale Head 13km
Tarn Hows, Black Fell, Holme Fell 13km
Lanty's Tarn, Birkhouse Moor, Red Tarn, Catstycam  13km
Grike, Crag Fell, Lank Rigg 14km
Illgill Head and Whin Rigg 16km
Cumbria Way - Coniston to Dungeon Ghyll 18km
Cumbria Way - Caldbeck to Carlisle 25km

WalkLakes recognises that hill walking, or walking in the mountains, is an activity with a danger of personal injury or death.
Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions.