19th June 2013

today's walk (Keswick rambling club):Cross Keys to Sedbergh by Cautley Spout and The Calf in the Howgill Fells

crossing the River Rawthey at the start of the walk

looking up the valley to Cautley Spout waterfall

closer to one section of the long waterfall

the steep climb up beside Cautley Spout

on the traversing path high above the waterfall

an Andy Gormley sheepfold - Yarlside in the distance

The Calf summit - the highest point in the Howgill fells

a sheltered spot for lunch out of the northwest wind

the Lakeland fells in the distance

zooming south to Ingleborough

descending westwards from Calders ..

.. and again zoomed in

approaching Arant Haw

looking back down the ridge of Arant Haw with The Calf beyond

Arant Haw summit

the Yorkshire three peaks, Pen y Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough

descending from Arant Haw

heading south towards Sedbergh

further down the valley with fields of buttercups below

looking east from the descent path

the last bit of path down to Sedbergh

cherry tree beside the descent path