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Walk 58 - High Street, from Haweswater

High Street is one of my favourite walks in the Lake District. From Haweswater you have a steep, but spectacular ridge climb to the summit of High Street where you are treated to some lovely views of Blea Water, Mardale Head and Haweswater.



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walk summary

High Street is one of my favourite walks in the Lake District.


From Haweswater you have a steep, but spectacular ridge climb to the summit of High Street where you are treated to some lovely views of Blea Water, Mardale Head and Haweswater. On a reasonable day Crossfell and the Pennines are in sight as are the Howgills. The characteristic top of Ingleborough can also be picked out to the SouthEast.


You then descend down the spectacular Nan Bield Pass to Small Water with its strange shelters, which are built just above the shoreline. You continue to drop down passing an abundance of small, but spectacular waterfalls as you follow the Small Water Beck for a short while.


The walk is strenuous, but mostly good under foot. Strong shoes and suitable clothing must be worn.

shepherd's notes

Catch the bus to the starting point of this walk. Visit www.traveline.org.uk for more information.

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