Grange Fell and Castle Crag

Tue 2 Oct 2001

Route: Rosthwaite - Grange Fell (Brund Fell) - Grange Fell (King's How) - Grange in Borrowdale - Broadslack Gill - Castle Crag - Rosthwaite

Distance: 6.25 miles

Ascent: 1,800ft

Time: 3 hours 40 minutes

With: Anne


Strong winds, good visibility, dry until a rain shower during the last 10 minutes.

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Castle Crag from Rosthwaite

Grange Fell's two tops from Rosthwaite, King's How on the left and Brund Fell on the right

Upper Borrowdale from the slopes of Grange Fell

Northern Panorama from Brund Fell summit, Grange Fell

Ullscarf, High Raise and Pike O'Stickle from a very windy Brund Fell summit, Grange Fell

King's How with the Maiden Moor - Catbells ridge behind, from Brund Fell summit, Grange Fell

King Edward VII memorial plaque, King's How, Grange Fell

Skiddaw, Keswick and Derwent Water from King's How summit, Grange Fell

Brund Fell with the Helvellyn ridge behind from King's How summit, Grange Fell

Grange with Maiden Moor and Catbells behind from King's How summit, Grange Fell

Skiddaw and Derwent from the path descending to Grange from King's How

Descending from King's How to Grange

Grange bridge, Borrowdale

Castle Crag, Borrowdale

Ascending the spoil heap near the top of Castle Crag

Falcon Crag and the edge of Derwent Water with Lonscale Fell and Blencathra behind from Castle Crag summit

John Hamer memorial plaque, Castle Crag summit

Skiddaw and Derwent Water from Castle Crag summit

Grange Fell from Castle Crag summit

Previous Walk: The Langdale Pikes (Sat 29 Sep 2001)

Next Walk: Rosthwaite Fell and Glaramara (Thu 4 Oct 2001)

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