5th November 2012

today's walk: Darling Fell, Low Fell and Fellbarrow


Burnbank Fell from the ascent path


this old farm vehicle has become a permanent part of the landscape


looking down on Loweswater with Mellbreak at the end


looking back down the west ridge of Darling Fell


looking down the ascent path to the head of Loweswater


low flying plane over the west Cumbrian coastal plain - note the Solway with its many wind turbines in the distance


stile almost at the top of Darling Fell


the cairn on Darling Fell looking east to Low Fell, Grasmoor and Crummock Water


Loweswater from the ascent path around the southern flank of Low Fell


Crummock Water and Mellbreak from the view point cairn below the south top of Low Fell


zooming over the valley to Skiddaw from the same spot


Darling Fell from the south top of Low Fell


Skiddaw from the true top of Low Fell


zooming in on the Gables with the Scafell massif beyond


looking over the valley to Whiteside and Grasmoor


Fellbarrow from the gate where the ridge turns left


sheep on top of Smithy Fell


Fellbarrow summit looking north to Cockermouth


looking over the Solway to Criffel from the western slopes of Fellbarrow


on Grange Lane, the descent path


descending through Waterend Farm


evening light on Grasmoor on the way home