Farleton Fell Day walk
16 people attending
4 places left
This walk has been postponed til 15/01/2022 - attendees will have received a message
Join Stephen on a 9 mile walk in and around Farleton Fell in North Lancashire
Highlights of the walk will be
- Walking along the limestone pavements of Dalton and Hutton Roof Crags
- Passing the Uberash Breast (part of this pavement)
- Dropping down below Holmepark Fell
- Ascending up to Farleton Knott with views across to the Lake District and the Howgills
- From there we will see if we can find Turtle Rock an obviously named small boulder
- We will head towards Hutton Roof past Hanging Scar a huge boulder/erratic that is defying gravity
- Wander through Hutton Roof and return back to the car park
- Afterwards if you fancy, we can all go back down into Burton In Kendal (no where near Kendal BTW) to the Kings Arms for a post walk pint
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What to bring
Hand sanitiser and a face covering: whilst we are living with Covid-19, please bring your own to events to help keep everyone safe
Water: bring at least a litre
Medicines: if you have hay fever, diabetes, minor ailments etc.
Rucksack: or any other bag
Footwear: hiking boots, sturdy trainers or wellies
Layered clothing: lets you quickly adapt to changes in the weather and body temperature. Go for a base layer (vest or t-shirt) and a mid layer (a micro fleece or shirt) and in cooler weather add an outer layer (a windproof jacket or thick fleece)
Trousers: ideally not jeans which become heavy and cold in the rain, breathable fabrics are more comfortable and dry and on warm days shorts are OK
Waterproof jacket: breathable fabrics are more comfortable and dry
Hat or cap: stay warm in winter and shaded in summer
Sunglasses: for any sunny day, even in winter
Sun cream: can be useful even on cloudy and winter days
Snacks: bring biscuits, energy bars, gels, bananas, chocolate or dried fruit for example and put them somewhere easy to get hold of
Lunch: bring a packed lunch unless otherwise stated
Food & drink
See below for Food and Drink