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Find a walk starting from
Askham Village
Askham village has more than enough roadside parking, but this is one of the prettiest villages in the Lake District, so the decent thing to do is make use of the well hidden car park. It is free, it's out of site and it is a shame not to use it.

The number of walks to choose from is 6

28th January 2017
  Walk two - Heughscar Hill and Cop Stone from Askham 7.1 mile about 800 ft
Askham - Haber Hill - Heughscar Hill - Heugh Scar - Cockpit Stone Circle - Moor Divock - Cop Stone - Askham Fell - just below Heughscar Hill - Haber Hill - Askham
 

21st February 2015 - Visiting the Lake District Tarns - Walk No 16
  Rough Hill Tarn 9.5 mile 1100 ft
Askham - Heughscar Hill - Askham Fell / Moor Divock - Heltondale - Rough Hill Tarn - Heltondale - Helton - Askham Church - Askham
 

23rd March 2014
  Askham and Lowther Castle 6.7 mile Not much ascent
Askham - Askham Church - Lowther Park - Lowther Castle and Gardens - Newton - Lowther Park - Lowther Church - Askham
 

24th January 2010
  Heughscar Hill from Askham 5 mile 750 ft
Askham - Heughscar Hill - The Cockpit - Askham
 

23rd March 2008
  Just when you think winter is over, the snow turns up. Heughscar Hill from Askham 5.8 mile 700 ft
Askham - Riggingleys Top - Heughscar Hill - The Cockpit Stone Circle - Moor Dovovk - Helton - Askham
 

23rd April 2006
  A springtime walk from Askham – Two pikes, two hills, a stone circle and a Roman road. 12.5 mile 2205 ft
Askham - Heughscar Hill - The Cockpit - Arthur's Pike - Bonscale Pike - Loadpot Hill - Wartches - The Cockpit - Askham
 

 



David Hall -
Lake District Walks