BIG North Christmas 22 - Little Langdale and the waterfalls

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BIG North Christmas 2022
Dec 03

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Event booking closes on Dec 2 at 09:00:00
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Follows stony tracks and gravel paths - some are rough underfoot and may be wet or muddy in places.

This event is part of the OutdoorLads BIG North Christmas 2022 Weekend and is intended for those attending this event.

Little Langdale is the smaller neighbouring valley to Great Langdale.  This walk mainly follows stony tracks and gravel paths (rough underfoot and may be wet or muddy in places).

The walk initially heads south-east through meadows alongside the River Brathay to Skelwith Bridge, with a view of Skelworth Force along the way.  The river drops 5 metres here, forcing all the water through a fairly narrow gap and generating an impressive fall of water.  Turning west through woodland, the walk then follows the Greenburn Beck to Colwith Force where the water drops around 12 metres, with plenty of white water to be seen.  Crossing the beck via a footbridge further west we head north-east through Little Langdale along field paths and then a track through woodland back to Elterwater village.  From here we return to High Close Hostel.

This is a fairly easy, shorter walk. at 7.5 miles / 12 kilometres in length, with around 250 metres of ascent.

Photo credits: 'Trees above water' by Russell Holden, 'Langdale in winter' (photographer unattributed) and 'Trees in autumn' (photographer unattributed) are copyright-free photos from Pixabay and used in accordance with the Pixabay Licence.  All other photos are by P Ramsden, with permission granted to OutdoorLads for their use.

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Winter trees in Lakeland
Great Langdale in winter
Autumn trees in Lakeland
Winter trees in Lakeland
Great Langdale in winter
Autumn trees in Lakeland