Easedale Tarn, Blea Rigg and Silver How

Mon 15 Dec 2008

Route: Grasmere Village - Easedale - Sourmilk Gill - Easedale Tarn - Blea Rigg - Silver How - Kelbarrow - Grasmere Village

Distance: 7.00 miles

Ascent: 1,750ft

Time: 3 hours 40 minutes

With: On own


No wind, frozen ground and the remains of some old snow high up. Cloud inversions and clouding up during the walk

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Sam Read bookshop, Grasmere

Looking towards Tarn Crag from Easedale

Sourmilk Gill

A diversion off the path to get this shot of Sourmilk Gill

Brimmer Head Farm below and Wansfell Pike in the distance

Helm Crag from the Easedale Tarn path

Tarn Crag from Easedale Tarn's outflow

A frozen Easedale Tarn

Looking over Easedale Tarn to a snowy Helvellyn range

Cloud inversion over Windermere

Cloud inversion over Windermere

Towards Fairfield from Blea Rigg's summit

Harrison Stickle and Pavey Ark from Blea Rigg

Looking up the ridge to Sergeant Man from Blea Rigg

The Helvellyn range from Blea Rigg

Great Langdale

Pike o'Blisco seen across Lang How Tarn (Youdell Tarn)

Looking across to Silver How from Brigstone Tarn, to the southeast of Lang How Tarn

The steep descent off Silver How. The path was not pitched last time I was here in April 2004


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