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Knott +

Knott +


Postby Broggy1 » Wed Apr 07, 2021 9:55 am

Wainwrights included on this walk: Brae Fell, Great Cockup, Great Sca Fell, Knott, Longlands Fell, Meal Fell

Hewitts included on this walk: Knott

Date walked: 04/04/2021

Time taken: 5

Distance: 13.6 km

Ascent: 758m

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Cold and murky day for the back of Skiddaw hills for Wendy.

5 more for me on Round 3 too.

Dry underfoot but very cold in the wind.

1 Bac to Over Water.JPG
Looking back at Over Water


2 Longlands ahead.JPG
Longlands Fell ahead - easy walk by the ridge


3 From Longlands.JPG
Longlands Fell


4 Back to Longlands.JPG
Back to Longlands Fell


5 Brae Fell ahead.JPG
Brae Fell ahead - last of the clarity for a while


6 BF.JPG
Brae Fell


7 GSF.JPG
Great Sca Fell


8 Knott.JPG
Knott


9 Meal fell ahead.JPG
After retracing back to Great Sca Fell we came out of the mist very briefly and saw Meal Fell ahead


10 MF.JPG
Meal Fell shelter


11 GC ahead.JPG
Great Cockup ahead and Trusmadoor


12 GC.JPG
Great Cockup


13 Walk Out.JPG
It's a nice walk out from here to Longlands
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