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All information on this site is given in the knowledge that it may be of use to others interested in the great outdoors. Whilst every attempt is made to ensure it is as accurate as possible, lakedistrictwalks.uk cannot give absolute credence to the suitability of any information provided and you should not rely solely upon any such information. If in doubt take further advice.
The description, with or without a map, of a route on this site is not meant to signify a right of way. Also, any advice given is to be accepted at the discretion of the reader and lakedistrictwalks.uk cannot take responsibility for any actions taken by third parties as a result of any information gleaned from these pages.
Whilst great care has been taken to ensure that the information on this site is accurate, no liability is accepted for injury, loss or damages incurred by those using any information from this site. Walking in the Lake District, Yorkshire Dales or elsewhere can be dangerous, especially for the inexperienced or in bad weather. It is the walker’s responsibility to be properly prepared and equipped. Walkers should always carry navigation equipment, and know how to use it, when on the mountains. Always leave a route card to outline your day’s intended route on the mountains.