Arthur's Pike, Bonscale Pike and Loadpot Hill

Sun 22 Jul 2007

Route: Above Helton - Cop Stone - Moor Divock - The Cockpit - White Knott - Arthur's Pike - Bonscale Pike - Loadpot Hill - High Street Roman Road - Knotts (Helton Fell) - Above Helton

Distance: 9.25 miles

Ascent: 1,500ft

Time: 3 hours 45 minutes

With: Anne


Blue sky and sunshine

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Looking along the road that we would use at the end of the walk. Loadpot Hill is the highest point on the skyline

Looking towards Heughscar Hill from the Cop Stone

Moor Divock with the top of Blencathra just visible

Looking south to Loadpot Hill from Moor Divock

The ridge to Arthur's Pike with the Dodds in the distance from Moor Divock

Little Mell Fell with Blencathra and the northern fells behind from Moor Divock

The Cockpit, Moor Divock

Heading across to join the path up White Knott

Looking north to Heughscar Hill

Little Mell Fell seen across Ullswater

Ullswater from White Knott

Ullswater from the beacon, 250m northwest of Arthur's Pike summit

Ullswater panorama from the beacon on Arthur's Pike

Arthur's Pike's summit

Heading for Bonscale Pike (the summit is just right of centre) from Arthur's Pike

The foot of Ullswater from Bonscale Pike

Hallin Fell from Bonscale Pike

Place Fell with the eastern fells behind from Bonscale Pike's summit cairn

Heading for Loadpot Hill

Loadpot Hill's summit trig point

Fairfield, Saint Sunday Crag, Dollywaggon Pike, Nethermost Pike and Helvellyn from Loadpot Hill's summit

Bonscale Pike and Arthur's Pike from our descent north off Loadpot Hill

On High Street Roman Road north of Loadpot Hill

Heading for Knotts (Helton Fell)

The North Pennines from Knotts

Previous Walk: Around Gable and Over Kirk (Sat 21 Jul 2007)

Next Walk: Sale Fell (Tue 24 Jul 2007)

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