|Name of walk||Bowscale Fell and Bannerdale Crags|
|Date of walk||2010-07-12|
|Distance walked (miles)||6|
|Duration of walk||4 hours 30 minutes|
|Peaks on walk||Bowscale Fell, Bannerdale Crags|
|Walked with||Ged and blind Kas|
Today Ged, Kas and I went to Mungrisedale to climb Bowscale Fell (2306ft) and Bannerdale Crags (2241ft) via the track to Bowscale Tarn.
Looking back to the start of the track
Looking up the valley of the River Caldew.
Looking to Mosedale with Carrock Fell on the left.
We did a circuit of the tarn before heading up on to the fell.
Looking down on the tarn from the steep track up.
The Cumbria Way path to the Back o`Skiddaw. Skiddaw on the left then Great Calva and the slopes of Knott.
Bowscale Fell summit cairn with the shelter seen just behind my head. We had lunch at the shelter.
Heading for Bannerdale Crags on the left. Blencathra and Sharp Edge on the right.
Looking down into Bannerdale.
Bannerdale Crags and our route off the fell on the left.
A closer look at Sharp Edge from the summit.
Our route down!
The East Ridge looks easy and grassy from this angle as the steep bit cannot be seen.
Remains of some mine workings on the East Ridge.
Graptolite fossils in waste black shale.
Our route down the East Ridge on the left.
The River Glenderamackin.
We head down to the river.
After the rains of the last few days the river is quite full.
Looking back at the East Ridge on the left and the Tongue on the right.
We then take the road back to the car. A village cottage.
On the way back to the car we met no wild Fell Ponies, so we drove on a bit further and came across them within minutes.
Carrock Fell behind me.
The walk was 6.75 miles and took four and a half hours.