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Mellbreak

Lake District National Park, England
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Smaller than some, but it has amazing views

I walked from Lanthwaite Farm, where the No 77 or 77a bus stops (circular bus route Keswick to... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
LydiaCarlisle
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Carlisle, United Kingdom
Spectacular Hill

This hill is North West of the Buttermere trio and appears to be shunned by many walkers as it is... read more

Reviewed 14 September 2015
MerlinsonofOdin
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North Lancashire
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Mellbreak is a fell or steep hill that offers walking trails with superb views of the western fells and Buttermere village located below.
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3 weeks ago
“Smaller than some, but it has amazing views”
14 Sep 2015
“Spectacular Hill”
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Lake District National Park, England

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I walked from Lanthwaite Farm, where the No 77 or 77a bus stops (circular bus route Keswick to Buttermere). Walking past the farm about 100 metres as if walking away from Mellbreak. You come to a wooden sign post on the left 'Public Bridal way'...More

Thank LydiaCarlisle
Reviewed 14 September 2015

This hill is North West of the Buttermere trio and appears to be shunned by many walkers as it is lower than many of the nearby mountains. However, as it is relatively isolated the views from the top (and on the ascent and descent) are...More

Thank MerlinsonofOdin
Reviewed 9 July 2014

We did the walk on Mellbreak starting from Kirkstile Inn and doing the steep ascent. This was fine. The views from the top were amazing. It was boggy on the top especially in the saddle between the two peaks. This is around 6 miles circular...More

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