Loughrigg Fell

Sun 3 Feb 2008

Route: Pelter Bridge, Rydal - Loughrigg Cave - Loughrigg Terrace - Loughrigg Fell - Lily Tarn - Brow Head - Under Loughrigg - Pelter Bridge

Distance: 5.75 miles

Ascent: 1,200ft

Time: 2 hours 40 minutes

With: Anne


Dull, windy on the top but it remained dry

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Rydal Water

Looking out of Rydal Cave

Oops, not supposed to be in there!

Looking over Grasmere to Silver How

Looking back down Loughrigg Terrace

A steep start to the path up Loughrigg Fell from the end of the Terrace

Seat Sandal, Great Rigg and Heron Pike seen over Baneriggs


Grey skies over the Langdale Pikes

Loughrigg Fell's summit trig point

Elter Water and the Coniston Fells from Loughrigg Fell's summit

Looking back to the north west towards Loughrigg's summit

Red Screes

The two arms of the Fairfield horseshoe and Red Screes from Loughrigg

The way ahead

Lily Tarn


Zooming in on the remains of Galava (Roman Fort) and Waterhead

Ambleside with Wansfell behind

The Fairfield Horseshoe

Pelter Bridge

Previous Walk: Wild Helvellyn (Sat 2 Feb 2008)

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