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Burnbank Fell, Blake Fell & Gavel Fell

Burnbank Fell, Blake Fell & Gavel Fell


Postby ChrisG » Sun May 17, 2015 9:16 am

Wainwrights included on this walk: Blake Fell, Burnbank Fell, Gavel Fell

Date walked: 16/05/2015

Time taken: 4

Distance: 12 km

Ascent: 698m

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Great walk out in the western fells


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ChrisG
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Posts: 357
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Sub 2000:1   Hewitts:141
Wainwrights:214   Islands:5
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Location: Colne, Lancashire

Re: Burnbank Fell, Blake Fell & Gavel Fell

Postby Darlingtom » Sun May 31, 2015 8:50 am

Great photos. We did a variation on the same walk yesterday - there were no spaces to park at Maggies Bridge so we parked up on the opposite side of Loweswater and did the fells in reverse order to how I think you did them. My first walk in the Loweswater fells, such a great quiet area of the Lakes!
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Re: Burnbank Fell, Blake Fell & Gavel Fell

Postby ChrisW » Mon Jun 01, 2015 7:45 pm

3 really lovely shots there Chris :thumbup:
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Re: Burnbank Fell, Blake Fell & Gavel Fell

Postby ChrisG » Mon Jun 01, 2015 10:11 pm

Darlingtom wrote:Great photos. We did a variation on the same walk yesterday - there were no spaces to park at Maggies Bridge so we parked up on the opposite side of Loweswater and did the fells in reverse order to how I think you did them. My first walk in the Loweswater fells, such a great quiet area of the Lakes!


Yes we were surprised how beautiful this end of the lakes is
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Posts: 357
Munros:26   Corbetts:4
Grahams:2   Donalds:2
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Wainwrights:214   Islands:5
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Location: Colne, Lancashire

Re: Burnbank Fell, Blake Fell & Gavel Fell

Postby ChrisG » Mon Jun 01, 2015 10:11 pm

ChrisW wrote:3 really lovely shots there Chris :thumbup:


Thanks Chris
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