Sat 19 Nov 2005

Route: Loweswater Village - Mellbreak (northern top) - Mellbreak - Crummock Water - Loweswater Village

Distance: 5.75 miles

Ascent: 1,500ft

Time: 4 hours 15 minutes

With: Anne and Ann & Roger Hiley


Blue sky and sunshine to start but cloud building

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Mellbreak from Loweswater

Whiteside and Grasmoor with Hopegill Head between seen across frostly fields

Darling Fell and Low Fell from Mellbreak's north face

Whiteside and Grasmoor from Mellbreak

Carling Knott with Blake Fell on the left

Loweswater fells panorama from Mellbreak

Grasmoor seen across Crummock Water

The Grasmoor fells seen across Crummock Water

Loweswater from Mellbreak

The Grasmoor fells from near Mellbreak's north top

360 Panorama from Mellbreak's northern summit

Mellbreak's southern and higher top from its northern top

Mellbreak's northern top from the southern top

360 Panorama from Mellbreak's southern summit

Looking down on Low Ling Crag sticking out into Crummock Water with Hause Point on the far side

Crummock Water with Buttermere beyond from Mellbreak

Zooming in on Buttermere and Fleetwith Pike

The Grasmoor fells from Mellbreak

Great Borne and the route to Floutern Pass with Floutern Cop on the right

Rannerdale Knotts, Robinson and Fleetwith Pike from near Low Ling Crag

Heading back to Loweswater

Grasmoor from near Highpark

Mellbreak's 'north face'

Rannerdale Knotts, the pointed top of Green Gable and Great Gable behind Haystacks

Previous Walk: Barf and Lord's Seat (Sun 13 Nov 2005)

Next Walk: Ullscarf from Watendlath (Sun 20 Nov 2005)

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