Sunday, 23 February 2014

Brund Fell & Carling Knott

This week we look at Brund Fell, between Watendlath and Borrowdale and Carling Knott, one of the Loweswater fells.

Sunday, 16 February 2014

Fellbarrow and Froswick

Once again we look at very different fells today - grassy smooth Fellbarrow in the Loweswater Fells, and steep sided Froswick on the ridge between Troutbeck and the Kentmere Valley.

Sunday, 9 February 2014

Hackness Abbey

There have been two monastic foundations at Hackness, first an Anglo-Saxon nunnery founded in 680 and second a cell of Whitby Abbey that was used as a refuge when pirates forced the monks away from the coast.

North Pennines

Next at Storm-crow we look at the Dales' northern neighbour, the wild North Pennines.

Saturday, 8 February 2014

Dow Crag and Esk Pike

This week we look at Dow Crag, which includes one of the most impressive crags in the Lake District and Esk Pike, the least well known of the fells around the head of Eskdale.

Sunday, 2 February 2014

Dodd (Skiddaw) and Dollywaggon Pike

Two very different fells again this week - Dodd at the western end of the Skiddaw range, and Dollywaggon Pike at the southern end of the Helvellyn range.