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From the front of the Three Shires Inn, the fells of Wetherlam and Swirl How are the two high fells that are easiest to spot to the south west (weather permitting, of course). They are such a feature of the Little Langdale landscape we named two of our rooms after them.

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Quality socks equal happy feet and happy feet make for good, long days out enjoying the fells. Enter our competition for your chance to win a pair of Bridgedale Hike socks.

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This walk is a great way to familiarise yourself with our gorgeous little corner of the Lake District and work up an appetite (and a thirst) before dinner. It can take anything from an hour to two hours, depending on how long you dawdle, and is mainly on roads and good tracks. It can be very muddy on top of Little Fell though, so make sure you wear the right footwear.

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Slater Bridge in the foreground with the Greenburn Horseshoe behind

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The Greenburn Horseshoe walk is a ten mile hike that starts and finishes at the Three Shires. Get packed up and prepare for a ten mile hike with 3000 feet of ascent, with stunning views across Little Langdale.

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Bluebells

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The guided Walk on Coniston Old Man and Dow Crag with the LDPNA this spring is the perfect opportunity to forget about reading the map and follow an expert so you can make the most of the those iconic views.

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