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Little Langdale is blessed with connections to so much of the surrounding Lake District, whether that is by road, bridleway or footpath. However, this ancient network of packhorse tracks, stone age trade routes and Roman roads means the Three Shires Inn is also perfect as a base for exploring on two wheels.

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Latterbarrow, overlooking Hawkshead and Windermere, is one of Lakeland’s great viewing platforms. Standing at just 245m it nevertheless offers a wonderful panorama of Langdale, Helvellyn and much more in return for a relatively easy climb.

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It was like somebody turned a tap on in the Lake District on April 12. All of a sudden visitors began flowing back in and, frankly, we’ve been manic ever since.

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Everyone has heard of the famous high fells of the Lake District; peaks like Scafell Pike, Coniston Old Man or Helvellyn. But some of the best views in the area can actually be found on their more diminutive neighbours, which act as great viewing platforms for the surrounding landscape.

One such fell is Loughrigg.

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As freedom from lockdown seems to get closer each day, we can all be forgiven for allowing ourselves to indulge in a little bit of post-lockdown fantasising. Whether it is a pub crawl, a meal out with friends or simply being able to spend time together with loved ones, we all have something we can’t wait to do.

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We love exploring the fells around Little Langdale, but you don’t always have to go uphill to have a good walk. This loop takes you over to Little Langdale’s big brother Great Langdale via some lovely native woodland with delightful views to the high fells of Pavey Ark and Harrison Stickle.

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Well, here we are again! Another year, another lockdown but, hopefully, this time with some light at the end of the tunnel.

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