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Gowbarrow Fell

Gowbarrow Fell


Postby MiniRambo » Sun Apr 21, 2013 10:13 pm

Wainwrights included on this walk: Gowbarrow Fell

Date walked: 21/04/2013

Time taken: 3.2

Distance: 7.85 km

Ascent: 490m

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Walked with John on Sunday afternoon.

The weather forecast wasn't great but although we started off in the rain, it cleared out and the views from Green Hill over Ullswater and beyond on our way down made it all worthwhile.

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On the path in the rain


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Good path, gentle ascent


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Slowly climbing. View south over Ullswater


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A little higher


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Trig Point with the Mell Fells behind


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Summit photo


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Summit from the south


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Weather clearing, view towards Glenridding


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View towards the High Street Fells


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Weather getting better!


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Closer view of St Sunday Crag


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Place Fell


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First view of Aira Beck


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Aira Force


A good little walk with good company.
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Re: Gowbarrow Fell

Postby Sarah86 » Wed Apr 24, 2013 10:28 am

Thanks for posting this, hoping to head back to the Lake District soon and this is on my to do list. Looks a really nice walk and with the pretty waterfall too :)
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Re: Gowbarrow Fell

Postby SusieThePensioner » Wed Apr 24, 2013 2:06 pm

Glad the weather improved for you and some lovely views :D
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Re: Gowbarrow Fell

Postby Circles » Thu May 02, 2013 5:25 pm

This was the Sunday? I was getting absolutely soaked doing Troutbeck Tongue and wound it up instead of doing Sallows and Sour How as well...but the Saturday was a cracker...did you get out then as well? I was across the water doing the Nab, Rest Dodd, Brock Crags, Angletarn Pikes and Place Fell...was a broken man after the walk out of the valley but a lovely day

Looks like I shoudl have stayed North...its a lovely walk along Aira Force there
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