|Name of walk||Angletarn Pikes and Beda Fell to Martindale|
|Date of walk||2013-08-28|
|Distance walked (miles)||11|
|Duration of walk||6 hours 50 minutes|
|Weather||sunny but windy|
|Peaks on walk||Angletarn Pikes, Beda Fell|
|Walked with||Ged and Kas the blind dog|
|Parking||Lay-by outside the pub in Patterdale (Get there early or use car park opposite)|
I managed to get one of the free lay-by parking spaces in front of the pub and we set off for the bridge across the river. Patterdale on the left.
A rainbow over Arnison Crag.
View back to Ullswater.
Ged in his Eric Morecambe shorts!
Taken from the route up to Angle Tarn Pikes. We did both pikes.
View out to Brothers Water.
Looking down on Angle Tarn from the lower of the pikes. It was very windy up here!
View down into Bannerdale. Beda Fell stretches out on the left.
Looking to the route up Place Fell.
Close-up of Glenridding, Glenridding Dodd and Sheffield Pike.
Beda Fell summit
Looking down into Boredale.
Coming to the end of Beda Fell. St. Martin's Church on the right.
A lot of people messing about in boats.
View up the Boredale Valley.
Lunch on a seat with a view!
Martindale, looking towards The Nab.
St. Martin's Church was built at the end of the 16th century. This was Ged's first ever visit!.
We took the bridle path and then the road towards Sandwick. A Jubilee signpost!
Part of the lakeside path.
Kas doing some rock climbing.
Last view of the lake before we head down to Patterdale behind the wall.
We stopped at Side Farm Cafe for coffee and flapjacks. Very cheap compared to some. Coffee £1.10, enormous flapjacks £1.....well worth a stop!