Loughrigg Fell from Ambleside

Sat 18 Jul 2009

Route: Ambleside - Miller Bridge - Todd Crag - Lily Tarn - Loughrigg Fell - Loughrigg Terrace - Rydal Water - Rydal - Rydal Hall - Rydal Park - Ambleside

Distance: 6.75 miles

Ascent: 1,300ft

Time: 3 hours 30 minutes

With: Anne


Sunny intervals , a couple of short showers

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Ambleside Parish Church of St. Mary The Virgin

Miller Bridge across the River Rothay

The twin tops of Heron Pike and Great Rigg (the west arm of the Fairfield Horseshoe)

Ambleside from Todd Crag with the conical Froswick and Ill Bell in the distance

The Fairfield Horseshoe from Todd Crag

Waterhead and Galava Roman Fort

Loughrigg Fell with Bowfell and the Langdale Pikes beyond

Wansfell Pike from Lily Tarn

Loughrigg Fell

Cloudy over the Coniston Fells

Water lilies on an un-named tarn

Towards the Langdale Pikes

Over Elter Water to Wetherlam

Loughrigg Fell's summit trig point

Dunmail Raise


Loughrigg Terrace

Rydal Water and Silver How

Footbridge over the River Rothay at Rydal

Previous Walk: Dufton Pike (Tue 14 Jul 2009)

Next Walk: Black Crag and Holme Fell (Sun 19 Jul 2009)

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