Four Stones Hill and Haweswater

Sun 24 Aug 2008

Route: Burnbanks - Pinnacle Howe - Four Stones Hill - standing stones - Measand Beck - Haweswater shore path - Burnbanks

Distance: 4.50 miles

Ascent: 750ft

Time: 2 hours 10 minutes

With: Anne


Sunny with scattered/broken cloud

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Burnbanks - 'rebirth of a model village'

Plot 65 Burnbanks - the last new home available

Looking east from above Burnbanks, the south east end of Knipescar Common in the distance


Haweswater dam

Enjoying the view...

Looking towards Four Stones Hill

Passing the perched boulder

Looking over Knipescar Common to the North Pennines (Cross Fell, Little Dun Fell and Great Dun Fell)

Drybarrows from the summit of Pinnacle Howe

Pinnacle Howe

Prehistoric round cairn next to Four Stones Hill

Four Stones Tarn

Someones built a cairn on the summit of Four Stones Hill

Four Stones Tarn from Four Stones Hill's summit

Looking up Haweswater from the summit of Four Stones Hill

Haweswater and Mardale Head from the standing stones

Looking back to Four Stones Hill

Mountain Ash next to Measand Beck

Measand Beck above the main falls

Haweswater from next to Measand Beck

Heading back to Burnbanks

Previous Walk: Blencathra (Sat 23 Aug 2008)

Next Walk: Place Fell (Sun 31 Aug 2008)

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