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knott,lakes

knott,lakes


Postby tango » Thu Nov 04, 2010 1:01 pm

Wainwrights included on this walk: Bannerdale Crags, Bowscale Fell, Carrock Fell, Great Calva, Knott

Hewitts included on this walk: Bannerdale Crags, Bowscale Fell, Carrock Fell, Great Calva, Knott

Date walked: 15/09/2010

Time taken: 7.75

Distance: 26.8 km

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Started at 0715hrs,grid 356320 walked to Bowscale tarn-Bowscale-Banderdale Crags-Great Calva-Little Calva-Knott-to the Lingy hut for a well earned rest soaked,& blown about.after lunch onto Great Lingy hill-Hare stones-High Pike-Carrock Fell steep down hill to Stone ends farm i then followed the road back to my campervan finished at 1500hrs,going was quite hard strong winds all day & driving rain,reasonable viz. A river crossing at grid312312 was different nearly up to my waist,so that set the tone for the rest of the day,(soaking) Riff Raff,Ludo & Tic Tac kept me company as always. :D
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Re: knott,lakes

Postby icemandan » Thu Nov 04, 2010 9:11 pm

At least you can eat your lunch out of the weather on Great Lingy Hill.
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