Great Crag and Grange Fell

Sat 12 Feb 2005

Route: Rosthwaite - Stonethwaite Beck - Lingy End - Dock Tarn - Great Crag - Watendlath Tarn - Watendlath - Grange Fell (Brund Fell) - Rosthwaite

Distance: 6.00 miles

Ascent: 1,800ft

Time: 4 hours

With: Anne


Windy, rain/sleet/hail showers and a bit of sun, wet underfoot

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Eagle Crag from near Stonethwaite

Looking back towards Stonethwaite

The steep pitched path up through the woods to Lingy End

Eagle Crag and Sergeant's Crag with Greenup Gill on the left and Langstrath on the right

Dock Tarn

Great Crag summit during a hail/sleet shower

Looking north to Grange Fell

Watendlath Tarn with High Seat behind

Watendlath Tarn with Great Crag on the far right

Looking back down on Watendlath from the path up Grange Fell

The view south back to Great Crag with Ullscarf on the left and High Raise in the distance

Looking east over the central ridge to a snowy Helvellyn ridge

A wooded Castle Crag from Grange Fell

Rosthwaite and Upper Borrowdale

Previous Walk: Catbells (Sun 6 Feb 2005)

Next Walk: Loughrigg Fell from Silverthwaite (Sun 13 Feb 2005)

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