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Water everywhere on Lake District walk

Posted 1 July 2010
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Water everywhere on Lake District walk
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Those keen to go walking in the Lake District this summer may wish to join a hike being run by rangers from the national park authority.

On July 18th it is staging its One Tarn and Two Waters walk, which begins and ends at the visitor centre in Glenridding.

Starting at 10:20 BST, the route is on rough terrain and walking boots are essential, according to organisers.

Over the course of its eight miles, it will climb up to Angle Tarn and continue along the ridge in the direction of High Street, although it does not go as far as the mountain, instead descending back into the valley via Hayeswater to the village of Hartsop and on to Brothers Water.

Brothers Water gets its name from a tragic case in which two brothers both drowned there, while Angle Tarn is one of two bodies of water sharing that name, the other being located near Great Langdale by one of the main routes to Scafell Pike, England's highest mountain.

Posted by Brandon Egley