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The not so wet now Central Fells

The not so wet now Central Fells

Postby Broggy1 » Thu Apr 15, 2021 1:41 pm

Wainwrights included on this walk: Armboth Fell, High Seat, High Tove, Raven Crag

Date walked: 14/04/2021

Time taken: 4

Distance: 11.1 km

Ascent: 671m

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Taking advantage of the dry spell to get Wendy round these ones. Although a new paved path doesn't half make The Pewitts easier.

Warm day - shorts all the way.

1 HV over T.JPG
Hevellyn over Thirlmere

2 Back at te ascent route.JPG
Looking back at the ascent route from Armboth

3 A Fell.JPG
Armboth Fell in view - rough walking to get there

4 HT and HS from AF.JPG
High Tove and High Seat from Armboth Fell

5 From AF.JPG
Armboth Fell summit

6 Biggies from HT.JPG
Better hills from High Tove

7 U ffrom HT.JPG
Ullscarf from High Tove

8 Work ongoing.JPG
Work is still ongoing on the new path from High Tove to High Seat

9 New path over The Pewitts to High Tove.JPG
Although the new path makes keeping your feet dry so much easier

10 Looking back.JPG
Looking back to the new path and High Tove

11 View from HIgh Seat.JPG
View from High Seat

12 Aiming for the trees with The Dodds behind.JPG
Aiming for the tree line for access to Raven Crag

13 Forest track.JPG
Forest track

Raven Crag summit

Raven Crag

And again!
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