Saturday, 31 January 2015

Grisedale Tarn and Eel Tarn

We finish the month with Grisedale Tarn, at the southern end of the Helvellyn range and Eel Tarn in the interesting ground above Eskdale.

Sunday, 25 January 2015

Blind Tarn and Dry Tarn

Blind Tarn (Eskdale) is a small tarn slowly been squeezed by Sineytarn Moss. Dry Tarn sits in a dramatic location on Great Gable but normally lacks water.

Sunday, 18 January 2015

Saturday, 10 January 2015

Low Tarn and Low Water

Two tarns that can be found half way up fells this time - Low Tarn on the slopes of Wasdale Red Pike and Low Water on the eastern slopes of the Old Man of Coniston.

Saturday, 3 January 2015

Genus Cygnus and the Mute Swan

Next on Storm-crow we look at the Genus Cygnus (Swans) and the Mute Swan, the only resident breeding swan to be found in Britain

Loose Howe and Flat Howe, North York Moors

Loose Howe is a well excavated round barrow above Rosedale. Flat Howe is a less well understood round barrow on the eastern edge of Glaisedale High Moor.

Kirkfell Tarn and Innominate Tarn

The week we look at two very different mountain-top tarns - the rather underwhelming Kirkfell Tarn and the stunning Innominate Tarn on Haystacks.