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Haycock +

Haycock +

Postby Broggy1 » Thu Oct 07, 2021 12:32 pm

Wainwrights included on this walk: Buckbarrow, Caw Fell, Haycock, Middle Fell, Seatallan

Hewitts included on this walk: Haycock, Seatallan

Date walked: 06/10/2021

Time taken: 6.3

Distance: 17.9 km

Ascent: 1278m

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Finally a good weather day for a day off work for this group.

Just one to go for Wendy now and only a couple for my 3rd Round.


2 Scafells from B.JPG
Scafells from Buckbarrow

3 Glade How.JPG
Glade How

4 Gable and Scafells.JPG
Gable and the Scafells - a perfect day, crisp views but warm enough for shorts!

5 West from S.JPG
Looking west from Seatallan

6 Back to S from climb to H.JPG
Back to Seatallan from the climb to Haycock

7 Steeple and Scot from H.JPG
Steeple and Scoat Fell from Haycock

Little Gowder Crag

9 Back to LGC.JPG
Back to Little Gowder Crag

10 Caw Fell.JPG
Caw Fell

11 Traversing H.JPG
Traversing back around Haycock - an awkward section

12 Scafells again.JPG
Scafells again

13 Heading for MF with H behind.JPG
Heading for Middle Fell with Haycock behind

Middle Fell ahead

15 MF - clouding on Scafells.JPG
Middle Fell summit - Scafells now in cloud

16 Buckbarrow.JPG

17 screes.JPG
The screes
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