Friday, 26 August 2011

Ascent of Mellbreak

This circular route takes us to the summit of Mellbreak, one of the few Lake District fells that isn't connected to any other high ground.

Sunday, 21 August 2011

Blea Tarn from Beckfoot, Esk Dale

This walk takes us to Blea Tarn from Beckfoot, returning via Boot, and visiting the remains of the Esk Dale mining industry on the way.

The Sawrey Circuit

This gentle medium length walk around Near and Far Sawrey visits one of the tourist 'honey traps' in the Lakes - Beatrice Potter's Hill Top, before heading off into an alternative Lake District of quiet roads and empty paths, all within a few miles of Windermere's crowds.

Sunday, 14 August 2011

Kilton Castle

Kilton Castle was a stone castle built on a ridge above Kilton Dale, and that was occupied from at least the twelfth century until the middle of the fourteenth century, when it was inherited by two priests in a row and apparently went out of use.

Grizzly Bear

The awe inspiring Grizzly Bear is one of the largest and most powerful land carnivores in the world.

Walk on the Blawith Fells

This walk takes us to the top of the Blawith Fells, an unnamed summit give the name Beacon Fell by Wainwright.

Saturday, 6 August 2011

Walk up Bleaberry Fell from Great Wood

This walk takes us to two fantastic viewpoints - Bleaberry Fell which gives a great view of the high fells and Lady's Rake above Walla Crag, with its views over Keswick and Derwent Water.