|Name of walk||Hallin Fell and the Lakeside Path|
|Date of walk||2008-04-14|
St. Bernards were not in school today so Tom and I went to Glenridding, on the shores of Ullswater, to take the Steamer to Howtown. We then climbed Hallin Fell (1271ft) and took the lakeside path back to Glenridding, a walk of about 8 miles in all.
We left home at eight and caught the first Steamer at 9.45am. View from the shore at Glenridding.
We sat outside on the bow on the way to Howtown, it was a bit chilly.
We started with blue skies.
Tom with Hallin Fell behind him.
Waving goodbye to the Steamer we walked towards St Peter`s Church.
We made our way up the fellside. The church is bottom left.
View down Ullswater. The clouds had by now come in.
Tom by the summit cairn.
Looking down Boredale. Beda Fell on the left Place Fell on the right.
Looking down Martindale, Steel Knotts on the left, Beda Fell on the right. In the middle is The Nab, with Rest Dodd behind and to its left is Rampsgill head and High Raise, where I went last week.
The Helvellyn range still in snow.
We went and explored the church and graveyard of St. Peter`s. It is in the middle of nowhere, maybe she is one of the congregation?
We walked back towards Howtown and took the lakeside path. The path was up and down and quite rough all the way. We had lunch at Geordies Crag on a seat looking up Ullswater. The photo below was taken from the seat.
Walking through the woods.
Approaching Sandwick, and crossing Howegrain Beck.
A flat bit!
We had a rest just before Silver Point looking over to Glencoyne.
Looking back along the path on the right.
Looking towards Glenridding. From left to right Hartsop Above How, St. Sunday Crag and Birkhouse Moor in front.
Looking over to Glenridding, Sheffield Pike behind, Helvellyn far left.
We stopped at Side Farm for a cup of coffee and a well earnt sit down before we headed to Patterdale. St Patrick`s Church, Patterdale.