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Silver walk may provide golden memories

Posted 10 May 2011
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Those looking to take part in a guided walk led by Lake District national park rangers may enjoy one such event coming up in Grasmere.

Taking place on May 19th, the Silver Howe and Easedale Tarn walk will begin at Stock Lane car park in Grasmere at 10:30 BST, with the national park authority noting "appropriate footwear" and walking equipment is required.

Good hiking boots may be the best items for this walk, which covers 7.1 miles over six hours, while a walking pole and waterproofs could also be very handy.

Easedale Tarn is one of two in the area, with those walking further west up towards the 2,500 ft summit of High Raise also having a chance to come across Coledale Tarn, a smaller sheet of water less visible from its surrounds.

Walkers heading this way can continue on to the Langdale Pikes, which are situated to the south of High Raise.
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