Gummers How can be taken in at the being or the end of the walk. Here are some examples: Reaching some of England's finest and highest mountain scenery, this guide leads readers to classic horseshoes and traditional ascents as well as lesser-known routes to quieter summits. At the top bear right along the summit area of Gummer's How to the prominent trig point.
SD368882 Near to: OL7 Start: Bear right on one of the many minor paths, and then right again to traverse under the summit to pick up the path used on the ascent. Gummers How information board. In wet weather some sections will be muddy and there are two stiles. For the short walk this is the recommended return route. Morecambe Bay can be seen along with Coniston, which is just visible on the eastern horizon.
Reaching a junction, keep left. If you have already purchased the walk then you if you are logged in you can find it in your rucksack link top right on any page in a format suitable for printing. These walks have been published for use by site visitors on the understanding that neither HPB Management Limited nor any other person connected with Holiday Property Bond is responsible for the safety or wellbeing of those following the routes as described.
There are plenty of places to sit awhile and absorb the quiet and peace of the area. What did you think of this route guide? Tips Here's a selction of tips from our Tips and Tricks section, which offers instructions and advice on using plotaroute.
Birketts , Marilyns , Wainwright outliers Distance: How long can I holiday with HPB? Misty Windermere from Gummer's How A walk by Elizabeth Oldham Inevitably things change on the ground so if you think this walk needs updating please let us know If you like this walk then why not try one of our other nearby walks: Continue ahead, with the tarn on your left. Walk through the gate and follow the farm track through to Sow How Lane.
This boggy area is chock full of rushes and sedges, you'll also notice the heady resinous scent of bog myrtle.
This route can be downloaded in the following formats click to download: The walk then takes a circular route through wonderful Lakeland farmland and fells. Mountain Weather Stay safe on the mountains.
Written for Walkingworld by Gary Gray. The walk finishes along the side of a very quiet road.Gummers How - Beautiful but cold at the top!