A dog friendly walk from DogPeople
Braithwaite and Catbells circular 10.5 steady
- Map - Outdoor Leisure 4 – The English Lakes North-Western area
- Distance - 10.5 miles and about 3500 feet of total ascent
- Stiles - None
- Date walked - 12 May 2014
This is intended to be a basic route guide only so you will need to follow a map and or the GPX file.
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Murphy and Lottie walked from Braithwaite leaving the village via the bridleway through Braithwaite Lodge to the road to Stoneycroft. We then took the road to Stair and Skelgill. We then followed the road to the car park at the northern end of Cat Bells – then up the mostly well laid and trodden path over Catbells. Having descended from the summit we took the bridleway east (left) down to a lane, then left along the lane before turning right on a footpath through trees down to the bank of Derwent Water (joining the Cumbrian Way). We stayed with the Cumbrian Way until it reached the road at Swinside Lodge. We turned right along the road then left at a fork junction. Then down passed the pub at Swinside. Then right onto a footpath across fields to join the riverside (mostly reasonably laid). We followed this path all the way back to Braithwaite (through the holiday site just before reaching the village).
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