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Anyone up for a tour of the Lakeland passes this year?
Wrynose, hardknott, kirkstone and shap with camping.

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SlowGoose @ 08/03/2015 23:09  



Me...depending on dates..

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Triple955 @ 08/03/2015 23:53  



Sounds good to me.

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XKLYBR @ 09/03/2015 12:13  

Depends on dates :)

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Brummie Jackie @ 09/03/2015 14:17  



Sounds good can it be on a week end?

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bugsbunny @ 09/03/2015 19:59  

Depends on dates but sounds good SG

I'll with hold the nail varnish and spray tan this year if you like lol

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Swamp Diver @ 10/03/2015 07:43  

Day trip then?

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Stuie @ 10/03/2015 17:52  

This is doable in a day, if u r within striking distance to start off with.
However, an overnighter at a campsite / bnb is better.




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XKLYBR @ 10/03/2015 19:07  

@Guiness Rider- I am immune to fake tan, unlike Bill lol.
Was thinking meet on a Friday eve at a campsite near a pub that does food. Set off Sat morn to do a pass, find brekkie then do a pass or 2 till lunch then do 2/3 more and back to site for evening jollities. Then on Sunday you can take your hangover back home!!

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SlowGoose @ 10/03/2015 20:28  



That sounds good if I can do the date picked I will dash up the M6 after work Friday.

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bugsbunny @ 10/03/2015 20:46  

I'm thinking that a Friday meet would be better so no-one has to ride the passes with a fully laden bike. These are difficult roads, very steep and winding.

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SlowGoose @ 10/03/2015 20:56  



Last time we did this,a couple of years ago,we camped in Langdale,albeit we managed to get split up and ended up on two different sites...It was a lateish start on the Saturday but we did do another pass..possibly Honister? as we made it to Keswick in the afternoon..

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Triple955 @ 10/03/2015 22:13  

Baysbrown Farm campsite at Chapel Stile. LA22 9JR.

Wainwrights Inn 10 mins stagger.

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XKLYBR @ 10/03/2015 23:00  

Cheers XK, will have a look.

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SlowGoose @ 10/03/2015 23:21  

SG aye forgot thee was immunned to it but darn those tootsies where sparkling bright. Sounds good does trip

. We did one few years back all stayed in converted stables bunk beds with kitchen shower block etc with pub attached. Heidi Doug Mandy pj john myself loads more can't think of name but saved on loading up with camping gear just did plenty ride outs.

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Swamp Diver @ 12/03/2015 19:31  

Is everyone welcome to join up on this weekend? New member here from Hudds!


I could be up for this depending on the dates! Like the idea of the converted stables with bunks, but camping is no problem either!

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Ian141 @ 16/03/2015 09:06  

So let's talk about some dates then.
The last one was ace, it was organised by Too and was my first BM camping trip.
I think XK has already posted a link to the site we used. Well one the sites anyway :-)

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Steve_H @ 16/03/2015 19:43  

@SG, check this out;
http://www.lakelandcampingbarns.co.uk/barns

Might be something of interest prices £10pp, plus no need to worry about tents!

Just a suggestion ; )

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Lindsay @ 16/03/2015 20:21  

Will be interested in this depending on dates. barn sounds good at that price.

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Vladamir @ 16/03/2015 22:42  

Best get a date sorted pronto for a barn, as limited to 12 max.

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XKLYBR @ 17/03/2015 00:29  

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