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Roadside, Kiln Bank Cross, Duddon Valley

I suppose it all depends where you've came from, but this spot could understandably be described a being rather out of the way and difficult to get to. Those who are prepared to go 'out of their way' will be pleased they did, for this is a peaceful area of the Lake District with fells of modest height and beautiful countryside.

The parking spaces are found at the highest point on the road between Duddon Valley and Broughton Mills.

If you're wondering what it looks like, , , ,

 
 
The number of walks to choose from is 6

13th September 2013
  Caw and Stickle Pike 4.1 mile 1700 ft
Kiln Bank Cross - Park Head Road - Caw - Broadslack - Park Head Road - Stickle Tarn - Stickle Pike - Kiln Bank Cross
 

10th July 2011
  Caw and Stickle Pike 4.8 mile 1900 ft
Kiln Bank Cross - Park Head Road - Caw - Broadslack - Park Head Road - Stickle Tarn - Stickle Pike - Kiln Bank Cross
 

9th September 2009
  An afternoon on Caw and Stickle Pike 6.2 mile 2006 ft
Kiln Bank Cross - Park Head Road - Goat Crag - Caw - Sheepfold Nr Tail Crag - Broadslack Beck - Long Mire - Park Head Road - Stickle Tarn - Stickle Pike - Kiln Bank Cross
 

12th April 2007
  A hazy afternoon on the Dunnerdale fells 5.8 mile 1985 ft
Kiln Bank Cross - Park Head Road - Caw - Long Mire - Fox Haw - Ravens Crag - The Knott - Stickle Tarn - Stickle Pike - Kiln Bank Cross
 

5th May 2006
  The Dunnerdale fells - Lots of tarns and an old mine. 3.5 mile 1161 ft
Kiln Bank Cross - Stickle Pike - Dunnerdale Fells - Great Stickle - Stickle Tarn - Kiln Bank Cross
 

12th August 2005
  Two quiet southern fells - Caw and Stickle Pike. 4.9 mile 1791 ft
Kiln Bank Cross - Park Head Road - Caw - Park Head Road - Stickle Pike - Kiln Bank Cross
 

 



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Lake District Walks