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Welcome to Striding Edge - a photo diary of Lake District Fell Walks


Latest Walks


Monday 21st July 2014 - Blencathra

Friday 11th July - Brock Barrow

Wednesday 9th July 2014 - Esk Pike

Monday 7th July 2014 - The Coniston Fells

Dog Daze! February 2010


21st July 2014

11th July 2014

9th July 2014

7th July 2014

Dog Daze!

Blencathra Brock Barrow Esk Pike The Coniston Fells

Beardie adventures

.....Latest Update - Monday 21st July - Blencathra........

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The Lake District


StridingEdge is a website dedicated to fellwalking in the English Lake District which is regularly updated and aims to capture the beauty and moods of this wonderful landscape. It is a photo diary of Sean McMahon's fell walks and contains details of the Lake District's 214 Wainwright fells and 541 Birkett fells. There are regularly updated photos and maps of walks with distances, timings, ascents and route descriptions. Each Wainwright and Birkett Lake District fell has its own information page which includes height details, fell grouping, accurate GPS co-ordinates and a summit photo. I am joined on many of my walks by my Bearded Collie, Dougal. Enjoy the spectacular views!

The Northern Fells The Eastern Fells The Far Eastern Fells The Southern Fells The Western Fells The North Western Fells The Central Fells The Outlying Fells

Select one of the seven coloured areas on the Lake District map above for an area fell list or outside the coloured boundary for a list of Outlying fells.

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Information about Striding Edge - the finest arete in the Lake District! Info updated 5th June 2007



The small print


Sean McMahon

All walks described are provided in good faith, the maps and routes described here are not an indication of right of way, but an indication of general direction only. Any walk undertaken is done so at your own risk.




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