When I first moved to Lancaster in late 1993, one of my first walks in South Lakeland was from Oxenholme station, through Kendal and over Scout Scar, then across the Lyth Valley to Whitbarrow, and on to Grange-over-Sands well after nightfall – a long walk following an only loosely understood route. I accidentally found myself at the top of this 100m+ cliff at dusk, so descended the scree slope. This was well before mobile phones were common, no-one knew where I'd be (or even knew I was out for a walk), and I wasn't on a recognised footpath. I'd have been in serious trouble if I'd fallen. I like to think I'm a bit more sensible nowadays....
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