Ullscarf from Watendlath

Sun 20 Nov 2005

Route: Watendlath - High Tove - Middle Crag - Shivery Knott - Bell Crags - Standing Crag - Ullscarf - High Saddle - Low Saddle - Dock Tarn - Great Crag - Watendlath Tarn - Watendlath

Distance: 8.00 miles

Ascent: 2,000ft

Time: 4 hours 50 minutes

With: Anne


Overcast with some blue sky to start

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Watendlath Tarn

Looking back down on Watendlath from the path up High Tove

The view west over Grange Fell to the High Spy ridge from High Tove

High Seat to the north from High Tove's summit

The Helvellyn ridge with cloud hugging its top from High Tove's summit

The view south into the sun from High Tove's summit

Looking back to Middle Crag with High Seat the high point on the skyline from Shivery Knott

Shivery Knott (the near rise) with High Seat on the skyline

Bell Crags on the left with Ullscarf the high point above and behind Blea Tarn

Standing Crag, Ullscarf, High Saddle and Low Saddle from Bell Crags' summit

High Seat, a touch of sun on Armboth Fell with Raven Crag behind from Bell Crags' summit

Raven Crag from Bell Crags with Launchy Gill Tarn bottom right

Heading towards Standing Crag

A nameless tarn below Standing Crag

High Seat on the left, Raven Crag and Bell Crags (near right) from Standing Crag

Blea Tarn from Standing Crag

Northerly panorama from Standing Crag

Helm Crag from Ullscarf

Heading for High Saddle with Low Saddle beyond and Blea Tarn on the right

Watendlath Tarn with Derwent Water beyond from between High Saddle and Low Saddle

Looking back to High Saddle and Ullscarf from Low Saddle

Langstrath with Eagle Crag and Sergeant's Crag on the left and the slopes of Rosthwaite Fell on the right

Dock Tarn

Looking down on Rosthwaite from Great Crag

Previous Walk: Mellbreak (Sat 19 Nov 2005)

Next Walk: Dunnerdale Fells and Great Stickle from Stonestar (Sat 26 Nov 2005)

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