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Loughrigg Fell Tarn

 

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If you were to include the southern end of Loughrigg Fell, as far as the area around Lilly Tarn, you could quite easily occupy yourself for a good half day exploring the many rocky outcrops, paths, hollows and of course the numerous pools and tarns.

Many of the smaller pools may dry up during dry weather, but the largest of them has always had a reasonable water level on the occasions that I've passed this way. Although the tarns aren't named, the one pictured here is generally accepted as being Loughrigg Fell Tarn.

 


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4th January 2015 - Visiting the Lake District Tarns - Walk No 3
  Tarns around Loughrigg Fell 7.8 mile 1600 ft
Miller Bridge - Miller Brow - Lily Tarn - Loughrigg Fell Tarn - Loughrigg Fell - The How - Loughrigg Tarn - Oaks - Deer Bolts Wood - Loughrigg Terrace - Rydal Water - Rydal - Rydal Hall - Ambleside - Miller Bridge
 

24th January 2013
  Grasmere, Loughrigg Fell and Ambleside 8.7 mile 1800 ft
Grasmere - Redbank Wood - Loughrigg Terrace - Loughrigg Fell - Loughrigg Fell Tarn - Miller Brow - Miller Bridge - Ambleside - Rydal Park - Rydal - Rydal Water - Grasmere (lake) - Grasmere
 

7th October 2012
  Silver How, Loughrigg Fell and the Coffin Route to Grasmere 10.8 mile 2800 ft
A591 - Grasmere - Allan Bank - Wray Gill - Silver How - Spedding Crag - Dow Bank - Loughrigg Terrace - Loughrigg Fell - Loughrigg Fell Tarn - Miller Brow - Rydal - Coffin Route - How Top - Grasmere - A591
 

17th January 2009
  Not Just Loughrigg Fell 7 mile 1730 ft
Rydal Church - Rydal Water - Loughrigg Terrace - Loughrigg Fell - Ivy Crag - Lilly Tarn - Miller Bridge - Ambleside - Rydal Park - Rydal Hall - Rydal Church
 



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