There may be an A Party Walk, but this has not been decided yet. Ask on the bus.
B Party Walk
Leaders: Shirley and Joan
Distance: approx 7.5 miles
Height gain: 1276 ft
When the Wordsworths lived in Grasmere in the early 19th century they called Easedale 'The black quarter' for that is where the bad weather comes from before it hits the village,and we can vouch for the bad weather it rained all day and it was very wet above ,middle and feet wise the day we did the reckie.
Hopefully we will have a better day as we gradually ascend via Allan Bank and Goody Bridge up Far Easedale to the tarn.We will enjoy our lunch at the Tarn and weather permitting circumnavigate the tarn where there are some wonderful views.
Our homeward journey is via Sourmilk Gill and back to base for a well earned cuppa.
C Party Walk
Leader: Heather Sissons
Going out of the village we pass Dove Cottage and then a moderate climb to take the walk along the Coffin Trail to Rydal Mount, with some wonderful views across both waters and along the valley.
ON the return route we shall visit the Rydal cave as we walk along side the south flank of Rydal Water and
The route is undulating but hopefully with great views.