Angletarn Pikes, Angle Tarn and Brock Crags from Patterdale

Sun 5 Feb 2012

Route: Patterdale - Boredale Hause - Angletarn Pikes - Angle Tarn - Brock Crags - Hartsop - Patterdale

Distance: 7.25 miles

Ascent: 1,900ft

Time: 5 hours

With: David and Jennifer Hall


Snowy underfoot at all levels, hardly any wind, sunny intervals

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Goldrill Beck with Sheffield Pike top left

Looking back to Patterdale and the head of Ullswater as we head for Boredale Hause

Over Boredale Hause to Place Fell as we ascend Angletarn Pikes

Boredale with Hallin Fell at the far end

Angletarn Pikes, north top

The long ridge of Hartsop Above How from Angletarn Pikes' north top

Brothers Water, partly frozen. Red Screes left of centre, skyline

Saint Sunday Crag (left) with High Spying How (start of Striding Edge, right) and a bit of sun on Catstycam (further right) from the southern top

Over a frozen Angle Tarn to High Street in the distance from Angletarn Pikes' southern top

Mr and Mrs H

Angle Tarn

Angle Tarn


Rest Dodd

Approaching Brock Crags' summit

Angle Tarn with its pikes behind from Brock Crags. Place Fell behind again on the far left. Beda Head on the far right.

The tops of Hart Crag, Fairfield and Saint Sunday Crag are in cloud

Down on Brothers Water and Hartsop

Deer spotted on our descent

Gray Crag and Pasture Bottom

Brothers Water with the Hartsop Above How ridge behind from our descent to Hartsop

Down on the Filter House road, looking up Hayeswater Gill to The Knott

Hartsop sheep pens

Heading through Hartsop

On the way back to Patterdale from Hartsop

Previous Walk: Fells around the foot of Thirlmere (Sat 4 Feb 2012)

Next Walk: Whiteside to Whiteless Pike (Tue 7 Feb 2012)

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