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    Hi I am walking for the first time in the lakes, I am ok navigating using a map and compass and will be taking a 12 mile walkapprox in early April.

    I am fairly fit and find normal fell walking no problem, but first walk in the Lakes.

    I'm open to suggestions which I take on, but very limited scrambling grade 1 only.

    I will be accompanied by very experienced walker.

    What do recommend?

    Ace

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    12 miles gies you a few options, Fairfield Horseshoe is good, or Helellyn ia Striding edge and then Dollywagon pike, Nethermost Pike, and then St sunday Crag.

    Kentmere Horshoe up to high street?

    http://www.wainwright.org.uk/214_completers.html

    If you click on this link and scroll down there is a spread sheet you can download that breaks the wainwrights down in to circulars.You will get some good ideas on there.

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    I'd second the Fairfield Horseshoe - and if you're feeling fine on the day you can extend it to take in St. Sunday crag as well. It's easy to find as you can start it in Ambleside, so no parking issues (apart from the cost!)

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    Fairfield Horseshoe is a good walk whether extended or not, as Mick w. says, parking is plentiful.

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