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Far Easdale is a favourite of mine, all higgledy piggledy Thora Hird with lots of ups, downs and rounds giving different and surprising views throughout. Not surprised the Victorians had it as a destination on their tours. A shorter route in would be their track from Grasmere to the Tarn itself, now well made and stepped. Very easy. At the tarn veer south, north or keep on through the vale – all are good choices. I confirm that from the tarn/Sargeants’s to Calf in a snowstorm is a major navigational test! The L&L is a little gem to finish on.