A two part walk.
Firstly the standard route from Sedbergh up to a winter kissed and misty The Calf. A good walk even in bad weather with one particularly nasty storm on the plateau.
And then the main objective of the day - the Marilyn Rise Hill (Aye Gill Pike) across the valley. Reedy and wet in it's lower stages but an easy enough task of following a faint path and the wall (stiles exactly were you would want them to be) to the uneventful summit and Trig Point.
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