Tag Archives: Lake District

Taking Inspiration From A Walk In Dodd Wood

The sky was blue yesterday instead of the usual dripping grey that comes with rainy days so we headed out for a walk. It’s so muddy everywhere we decided to walk up Dodd, one of the lower fells with good … Continue reading

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5 Highlights of 2017

I got a wheel                                                                          … 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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Little and Great Sca Fells, Knott and Great Calver walk

The Caldbeck Fells are a great place to walk if you want to get away from the more popular fells. Most of the paths are good but it can be boggy in wet weather. Fortunately for us there has been a dry … 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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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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Last Friday’s Day Off

It’s that time of year when I seem to be thinking about work 27 / 7, after a while I know I have to take a break. This week has been so beautiful I thought I’d kill two birds with one … Continue reading

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Lord’s Seat walk

The weather has continued to please so we headed out again, this time up to Lord’s Seat through boggy woodland, then along to Greystones where we descended, then a detour to see Spout Force before heading back to the car. We … Continue reading

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Haycock – a walk from Ennerdale

Haycock sits in the Western Fells, it’s in a part of the Lake District which is fairly inaccessible by car. I look at Haycock every day, weather permitting, so I thought it was time I walked it. Monday was a glorious day … Continue reading

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Without Words- Cumbrian Contemplation

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