Aimed at/grading: Easy/moderate
The walk is within the capabilities of reasonably fit adults and children
Duration/length: 3 to 4 hours
This is the prominent hill to the east of Kendal that stands above the northern edge of the town. The views from the top are superb with the Lakeland Fells on one side and the Howgills on the other. The route cannot properly be described as circular as part of the route around Mealbank village is used for the outer and return journey but walkers will end up back where they started having followed the banks of the River Mint up one side of the river and back down the other side.
Meeting place Morrison’s car park; at the far end away from Morrisons near to Next and Matalan shops.
Meeting time 10.20 for 10.30 start.
Need Stout shoes or boots, warm and waterproof clothing, packed lunch and drink.
Dogs? If on lead
Transport? Not required
Max number of people 14
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