Hills, Gills and Falls - walk
9 April 2017
Delightful walk over Tom Heights to Colwith Force and Holme Fell with views over Coniston Water.
- Starts from: Glen Mary Bridge / Tom Gill NT car park at 10:30 am
- Grid reference: SD322999
- Price: Adult £5, child free
- Length: 10.0 Km, 6.2 miles
- Total ascent: 450 m, 1476 ft (cumulative height from start point to finish point).
- Highest point: 260 m, 852.80 ft
- Duration: 5.5 hours
- Grade: Moderate
- Grade description:
A medium walk on hilly ground with rising and falling levels. A reasonable level of fitness is required.
- Booking available: Booking is recommended to guarantee your place but you can just turn up on the day. Arrive early to avoid disappointment. Spaces on walks are limited to 20 people on moderate, hard and very hard grade walks and 30 on easy grade walks (not including leaders). Book securely online. If paying on the day, please bring correct change with you.
Our uplands are beautiful places but can be cold, even in summer. For your own safety and comfort you’ll need:
- Walking boots with ankle support and a good tread, essential on all activities except easy grade walks on flat, level ground.
- Waterproof trousers and a waterproof and windproof jacket.
- A warm top such as a fleece or jumper.
- Hat and gloves.
- Sun protection.
- Enough food and drink for the type and duration of the activity.
Please come appropriately dressed and equipped or you may be turned away.
Well behaved dogs on leads and guide dogs are welcome.
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