The Cogra Moss fells

Sat 10 Feb 2007

Route: Felldyke - Knock Murton - Low Pen - High Pen - Blake Fell - Sharp Knott - Carling Knott - Burnbank Fell - Owsen Fell - Cogra Moss - Felldyke

Distance: 7.50 miles

Ascent: 2,450ft

Time: 3 hours 40 minutes

With: David Hall


Very windy, in fact difficult to walk at times. Snow and sleet showers and a covering of snow on the ground.

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Knock Murton from the edge of the forest

Looking across to Owsen Fell (to be our last top of the day) from Knock Murton

Dent, a Wainwright outlying fell, from our ascent of Knock Murton

Knock Murton's summit

Great Borne / Herdus from Knock Murton

Ennerdale Water and Crag Fell from Knock Murton

Blake Fell with Sharp Knott on the left

Cogra Moss

Low Pen with Knock Murton behind from High Pen

Blake Fell from High Pen

High Pen, Low Pen, Knock Murton and Cogra Moss

Ascending Blake Fell with Gavel Fell behind

Carling Knott from Blake Fell's summit

Heading for Sharp Knott from Blake Fell

Gavel Fell's north east ridge with Fleetwith Pike on the far left, High Stile behind Hen Comb, and the conical Starling Dodd

Starling Dodd and Great Borne behind Gavel Fell from Carling Knott

Blake Fell from Carling Knott's summit

Whiteside, Grasmoor and the foot of Crummock Water

Owsen Fell and Burnbank Fell from our route off Carling Knott

Blake Fell with Sharp Knott on the right from Burnbank Fell's summit

Leaving Burnbank Fell's summit, heading for Owsen Fell

Mockerkin Tarn, the Solway Firth and Scotland from Owsen Fell's summit

A partly frozen Cogra Moss

Blake Fell from Cogra Moss

Previous Walk: Grasmoor from Braithwaite (Sun 4 Feb 2007)

Next Walk: Alcock Tarn and Nab Scar (Sun 11 Feb 2007)

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