Ending up in Watendlath

Finally, a day where the weather lived up to the forecast, snow showers were forecast and snow showers were what we got! Parking up alongside Derwent Water, for this stroll I took in the atmosphere of the weather front approaching before gaining a little height to Ashness Bridge and onwards to Watendlath. A heavy snow […]

(Almost) lost in Langdale

Langdale is one of those valleys that never fails to impose a sense of awe. Perhaps it’s the winding drive in that builds anticipation, perhaps it’s the combination of Langdale Pikes, Crinkle Crags and Bow Fell, perhaps it’s the wonderful sticky toffee pudding at the pub, who knows; all a wonderful combination. My route for […]

Following in the footprints of the Old Man – Coniston

Sticking with the policy of attempting walks with easy access from main roads, I joined with a good friend for a seasonal trek up the Old Man of Coniston. Some of the going was tough in the power snow, and it was definitely a case of both Andy and I getting kitted out in full […]

Melbreak first ascent

Everytime I go somewhere in the Lakes I haven’t been for a while, after some deliberation I decide it’s my favourite place, with the best views or the most impressive scenery, only to change my mind the next time out! Yes, I know, very fickle! However, the scenery in the Buttermere-Crummock valley must surely be […]

Wharrels Hill Twilight

It seemed that the weather forecasters got the forecast wrong every day over the Christmas period, but on this day the dreary start paved the way for what looked set to be stunning sunset so I headed to Bothel to try and make interest of the Wharrels Hill wind turbines. In the event, some thicker […]


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