Robinson and Hindscarth

Sun 2 Nov 2008

Route: Newlands Church, Little Town - High Snab Bank - Robinson - Littledale Edge - Hindscarth - Scope End - Low Snab Farm - Newlands Church

Distance: 7.00 miles

Ascent: 2,550ft

Time: 3 hours 40 minutes

With: David Hall


Lots of sunshine, icy wind on the tops

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Low High Snab

Robinson from High Snab Bank

Wandope, Eel Crag and Sail (behind Ard Crags) with Keskadale Farm below

Looking back to High Snab Bank with great views of Causey Pike, Skiddaw, Blencathra and Catbells

The three rock steps that have to be climbed, the middle one is the trickest

The view north from our ascent of Robinson

Approaching Robinson's summit

Rannerdale Knotts with Mellbreak behind, Crummock Water and Loweswater in the distance

Robinson's summit

High Stile and Red Pike

High Crag with Pillar behind

Blencathra in the distance from our descent off Robinson

Little Dale

The High Stile ridge above Buttermere from Littledale Edge

Approaching the summit of Hindscarth

Great Gable to the south from Hindscarth's summit

Looking over High Spy, Helvellyn looks like it is getting some weather!

The Grasmoor fells from Hindscarth's summit

The view north down the ridge to Scope End with Skiddaw in the distance

High Snab Bank and Scope End below

Skiddaw as we head for Scope End

Heading for Scope End

Scope End

The Newlands Valley from Scope End

The steep path onto High Snab Bank that we had climbed at the beginning of the walk

Newlands Church, the wooded Swinside and the Skiddaw fells

Did someone mention Christmas?

Newlands Church

Previous Walk: A Troutbeck Circuit (Sat 1 Nov 2008)

Next Walk: Great Gable Remembrance Day Service (Sun 9 Nov 2008)

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