Lord’s Seat and Broom Fell
Walk Number: 14 | Updated: February, 2013
Page 44, column 2, paragraph 3, line 3
The low wooden barrier mentioned in the text at waypoint E is now covered by wire fencing but you still need to cross over it, although it may appear as though the way is blocked.
Page 45, column 2, paragraph 1, line 6
Towards the bottom of the descent, the path runs off to the right towards Scawgill Bridge, but when it intercepts a horizontal path, turn left, soon passing through a gate beyond which a welcome seat, to the memory of Lady, awaits.
Orrest Head and Allen Knott
Walk Number: 7 | Updated: April, 2015
Page 25, col 1, line 10 to col 2, line 1
Walk update – original path closed
Turn left and pass Crosses Cottage and follow the lane for 200yds to a fingerpost and kissing-gate on the right. Pass through and follow the track through St Catherine’s Wood, swinging left to reach a wall on the edge of the wood.