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Blake Fell, Lank Rigg

PostPosted: Sun Oct 25, 2015 10:22 am
by poppiesrara
Two walks to finish off the Western Fells on Lank Rigg. Generally grassy and undramatic, gently-sloped hills, but in the sunshine the flanks of Blake Fell above Loweswater are especially beautiful. Lonely and cloudier walking afterwards through the forestry ruins and bleak valleys in the far west.

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Lorton Vale

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Carling Knott & Low Fell

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Blake Fell

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Carling Knott

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Skiddaw, Whiteside, Grasmoor & Mellbreak

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Buttermere Fells over Mellbreak & Hen Comb

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Gavel Fell, Starling Dodd & Great Borne, Pillar range skyline

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Knock Murton & Cogra Moss from Blake Fell

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Burnbank Fell summit cairn

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Blake Fell from Burnbank Fell

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Grasmoor & Mellbreak from the Loweswater terrace path

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Fellbarrow over Loweswater

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Holme Wood bothy

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Loweswater reflections - Low Fell & Whiteside

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Darling Fell & Low Fell

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Low Fell, Whiteside & Grasmoor

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Grasmoor


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Flat Fell & Blakeley Moss, a remote parking place

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Lank Rigg

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Grike

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Caw Fell

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Lank Rigg Tarn

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Over Whoap & Iron Crag to the Buttermere Fells from Lank Rigg