Walk: A Circular walk from Kendal to Scout Scar
For: Adults and Children
Duration: Approx. 3 Hours
Distance / Ascent: 5miles/8km, 800ft/243m
Description: This is a circular walk aimed at those interested in the wildlife and views. This walk from the centre of Kendal takes us through the site of the original castle to visit an impressive monument and then up onto Scout Scar with its magnificent views of the fells and Kent Estuary. Returning back to Kendal Town Hall in time for lunch.
Scout Scar escarpment is a dramatic landscape feature, and the vistas of the Lake District Fells are stunning. The area is important for wildlife and is a Site of Special Scientific Interest within the Lake District National Park.
Meeting Place: Kendal Town Hall
Meeting Time: Sunday 12th May at 1:00pm
Leader / Organisation: Andy Blackman and John Ryder / Kendal Town Council
Equipment: Walking boots, waterproofs and a drink
Dogs: Sorry no dogs are allowed on this walk
Max No People: 20
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