the annual gathering of Marilyn baggers took place this year at Giggleswick School in the Yorkshire Dales
Wild Boar Fell from the starting point for the walk up High Seat
setting out on Lady Ann's Way to climb High Seat
lime kiln on the way up with Mallerstang Edge beyond
looking back down into the Mallerstang Valley
looking north up the Mallerstang Valley
Wild Boar Fell again as we climb above the valley
heading up to ascend the valley on the left
looking north along the escarpment
the steepest bit of the ascent
photographing Wild Boar Fell
reaching the windy ridge and now looking east
looking south from the first top
approaching High Seat - HEWITT stands for Hill in England Wales and Ireland over Two Thousand feet
photographing Mark reaching the top of his last English one (he has already completed the Welsh ones)
Mark on the summit ..
.. and slicing a lemon to serve a celebratory gin and tonic ..
.. and a slice of delicious Victoria sponge baked by his wife and decorated with High Seat
leaving the top of High Seat
Wild Boar Fell from the very steep descent
looking back at the very steep ground we have just come down
descending into the Mallerstang Valley
a stile used only by short sighted walkers!
looking back to High Seat from the road