|Name of walk||Loughrigg Fell|
|Date of walk||2007-02-14|
I asked Janet and her dog Poppy if they wanted a jaunt out, which they did, so after a bit of retail therapy and a large Mocha we set off round the west side of Grasmere to go up Loughrigg Fell (1099ft) and then down the other side to Loughrigg Tarn and back again.
We had parked in Grasmere Village and set off for Grasmere Lakeside path. Looking at Helm Crag on the left and Seat Sandal on the right.
Loughrigg Fell is off left.
Grasmere weir. The bridge was closed today for work.
Climbing higher...Silver How ahead.
Still not at the top but good views down the lake to Dunmail Raise and Steel Fell. Raven Crag can be seen in the dip.
Crinkle Crags, Bowfell and the Langdale Pikes.
Summit at last. Grasmere Lake now out of sight. Thirlmere can be seen through Dunmail Raise. Elter Water off left. Skiddaw behind Raven Crag in the dip.
View to Windermere with the white Low Wood Hotel on the left and Claife Heights to the right and just on the right top edge is Gummers How.
Glimpse of Rydal Water. Nab Scar and Heron Pike front left, Dove Crag and high Pike middle, Red Screes right.
Looking down to Loughrigg Tarn.
Loughrigg Tarn and Elter Water. Big fells are Coniston Old Man, Brim Fell, Wetherlam, Swirl How and Great Carrs.
Loughrigg Tarn from the path back to Grasmere.
Towards Grasmere Village.
St Oswald`s Church where William Wordsworth is buried.
A good day considering it was supposed to be raining!