Monthly Archives: June 2012

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Baycliff Walk

25th June 2012

On Sunday afternoon Brendan and I took a walk around Baycliffe, a circuit walk sent to me by Paul Bryden, based on a smartphone app which guides you round. http://www.geovative.com/GeoTours/tourView.asp?6174Vq=EEMDJ He said that when you arrive at th…


Gummers How and Cartmel Fell with Tom

18th June 2012

I was back early from work on Monday and the weather was too good to waste. So I dragged Tom out of bed in order for us to walk up Gummers How then over to Cartmel Fell, down to St. Anthony’s in the valley then along the quiet county road to Th…


High Dam, Finsthwaite and Lakeside

30th June 2012

My boots were leaking. They were only eight months old. So I took them back to the shop and they gave me a new pair! So I need a few short walks to walk the new ones in. On Sunday afternoon Brendan and I drove to Finsthwaite, parking at the High Dam…


Scafell Pike from Seathwaite

19th June 2012

On Tuesday myself, Ged and Kas drove to Seathwaite to follow the route up Grains Gill to Esk Hause and then on to Great End (2984ft), Ill Crag (3068ft), Broad Crag (3051ft) and Scafell Pike (3210ft). Then down to Lingmell Coll following the Corridor…


Steeple from Ennerdale

2nd June 2012

Yesterday Ged, Kas and I drove to Ennerdale to climb Steeple (2687ft), Scoat Fell (2766ft), Haycock (2618ft) Caw (2287ft), Iron Crag (2100ft) and Crag Fell (1716ft). A walk of 14 miles. The living legend, Joss Naylor, now aged 76, is running the Wasd…