Tag Archives: Cumbria

Out on the Fells

The weather has been so good lately I have to get out and about so I’m not going to spend time with a lot of explanations today. This is a follow on walk from one of our regulars  up Blake … Continue reading

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Solway Inspiration.

I’ve had a trip to the coast looking for inspiration. The light was just gorgeous, Scotland looks so close doesn’t it? I’m loving these colours, just perfect for paint and stitch.Charles Dickens wasn’t very complimentary when he wrote about Allonby, … Continue reading

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Blake Fell – a wildlife walk

We walk Blake Fell so often I thought I wouldn’t bother taking my camera today as I didn’t intend to blog about it. But you never know what you might see and today was no exception . I didn’t want … Continue reading

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A trip to Ennerdale show

  The sun decided to shine on us so we headed off to Ennerdale show. I love country shows, Ennerdale show has a particularly intimate feel, nestled between the fells in one of my favourite places. There were vintage cars … Continue reading

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Scafell Pike via the easy route

I thought you might like to take a walk with me up Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in England, but I warn you this is a picture heavy blog post. The weather was perfect during the week for a walk … Continue reading

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Grasmoor via Gasgale Gill, Whiteless Edge, Whiteless Pike and Rannerdale

It’s been a while since we’ve climbed Grasmoor, my favourite route up is via Gasgale Gill but yesterday it was like seeing it all for the first time as the landscape has changed so much since the floods. In many … Continue reading

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Roughton Gill Walk

We had a nice sunny couple of days so we went to explore new ground. From a geological point of view Roughton Gill is a very interesting place, it’s apparently a mecca for mineral collectors, but alas all I found was a … Continue reading

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A cold day in Ennerdale

It may have been bitterly cold and quite bleak on Friday but there was beauty to be found if you look for it. Ennerdale was quite magical with brooding skies, snow flurries and views that can’t be bettered . I thought … Continue reading

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Frosty Inspiration – Lord’s Seat Walk

It was such a lovely day yesterday we headed out for a walk up Lord’s Seat. However before we got to the summit we ran into snow and a gale force wind so strong I couldn’t stand upright. Just goes … Continue reading

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First walk of the year

We had a walk on new ground this week, it was our first walk of the year. Great Sca Fell is not to be confused with it’s more well known namesake, it’s a genteel  fell in the Uldale range, standing at … Continue reading

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