Sun 22 Sep 2002

Route: Mill Side, Witherslack - Lord's Seat - High Crag Wood - Low Crag Wood - Beck Head - Mill Side

Distance: 5.00 miles

Ascent: 800ft

Time: 2 hours 10 minutes

With: Anne


Sunny, high clouds, warm.

We followed A. Wainwright's 'Whitbarrow (B route)' walk in his book 'The Outlying Fells of Lakeland' [page 36].

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The meandering River Kent with Ingleborough in the distance

Looking south to Arnside Knott

Heading northwards along the top of Whitbarrow

Chapel Head Scar

The view east north east from Whitbarrow Scar towards the Howgills

The fern on the right is Hart's Tongue Fern ('Phyllitis scolopendrium')

The view southeastwards from Whitbarrow Scar

The high fells of Lakeland from Lord's Seat, Whitbarrow Scar

180 Panorama from Lord's Seat, Whitbarrow Scar (Coniston Old Man to Ingleborough)

Looking south from Lord's Seat, Whitbarrow Scar

A tower of Witherslack Hall in a sea of trees

In High Crag Wood

The track into Beck Head

Previous Walk: Kidsty Pike and High Street (Sat 21 Sep 2002)

Next Walk: Scafell and Slight Side from Eskdale (Sat 28 Sep 2002)

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