Grange Fell

Sat 14 Jan 2006

Route: Grange in Borrowdale - Troutdale - Grange Fell (King's How) - Grange Fell (Brund Fell) - Watendlath Tarn - Watendlath - Lodore Falls - Grange in Borrowdale

Distance: 5.75 miles

Ascent: 1,400ft

Time: 3 hours 20 minutes

With: Anne


Broken cloud and some sunshine. Mild, light winds, very wet underfoot.

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Black Crag, Troutdale

Path through the woods with Greatend Crag ahead

Derwent Water through the trees on the ascent of Grange Fell

Derwent Water with Skiddaw in cloud from King's How

Looking down on Grange from King's How

Looking south up Borrowdale

The pink houses of Manesty with Catbells behind

The Maiden Moor and Catbells ridge above Grange

Northerly panorma from King's How (Grange Fell) summit

Looking across to Brund Fell (the highest part of Grange Fell) from King's How

High Spy with Dale Head on the far left

Dale Head, High Spy, Maiden Moor and Catbells

Looking back towards King's How from Brund Fell

The Watendlath valley

Watendlath Tarn

Watendlath with Raise Gill on the left

Looking back up Watendlath Beck

Lots of storm damage as we head down to Lodore

Lodore Falls

Looking across a flooded Cannon Dub to a cloud free Skiddaw

Path to Manesty. Glad we are not heading that way!

Previous Walk: Stonycroft Gill Skyline (Sun 8 Jan 2006)

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