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Caving and walking featured in Lakeland event

Posted 12 November 2009
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Caving and walking featured in Lakeland event
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A free guided walk will be taking place from Ambleside in the Lake District on Sunday, November 15th.

Entitled Coffins, Caves and Crags the event will begin at 10:30 GMT and last five and a half hours, with those taking part needing to bring hiking equipment such as men's walking boots.

Participants may also wish to have rucksacks with them, as a packed lunch should be brought for the seven mile hike, which begins at the Ambleside Information Centre.

"This guided walk takes in a lofty crag, three lakes, a cave and tales of old lakeland," the National Park states.

One large - though artificial - cave in the area is Rydal Cave, which was quarried out of Loughrigg and can be reached from the Loughrigg Terrace path above Rydal Water.

Those wanting a harder climb to reach a real cave in the national park can try Priest's Hole on Dove Crag, above Patterdale.