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Great Crag

Great Crag

Postby Broggy1 » Tue Dec 10, 2019 3:46 pm

Wainwrights included on this walk: Great Crag

Date walked: 09/12/2019

Time taken: 3

Distance: 7.68 km

Ascent: 487m

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A gorgeous short winters walk starting and finishing in the alpine like Borrowdale YHA where we stayed Sunday night.

Still windy on the tops but not like the day before.

1 Great Crag.JPG
Great Crag from the YHA

2 Heading down Stonethwaite.JPG
Walking towards Stonethwaite

3 Looking back.JPG
Looking back

4 Steeply up with Eagle Crag.JPG
Steeply up through the woodlands with Eagle Crag behind

5 Fleetwith appears.JPG
Fleetwith Pike appears on the skyline

6 Higher up.JPG
Higher up - gorgeous day

7 Dock Tarn and Ullscarf.JPG
Dock Tarn and Ullscarf

8 GC backed by Helvellyn.JPG
Great Crag summit with some white stuff on Helvellyn behind

9 Watendlah and High Seat.JPG
Watendlath and High Seat

10 Great Crag ahead.JPG
Grange Fell ahead

11 Sun on Seathwaite hills.JPG
Sun going down on the Seathwaite hills
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