Top O'Selside

Sat 11 May 2002

Route: High Nibthwaite - Brock Barrow - Low Light Haw - High Light Haw - Stang Hill - Arnsbarrow Hill - Arnsbarrow Tarn - Top O'Selside - High Nibthwaite

Distance: 4.25 miles

Ascent: 1,100ft

Time: 2 hours 30 minutes

With: Anne


Shorts and tee shirt weather again, blue sky, sunshine and light winds.

A. Wainwright's 'Top O'Selside' walk in his book 'The Outlying Fells of Lakeland' [page 92], adding Stang Hill and Arnsbarrow Hill.

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High Nibthwaite, Coniston Water and the Blawith Fells

Brock Barrow

Bluebells in High Wood

The southern end of Coniston Water and the Coniston Fells

The end of the steep section up Brock Barrow with High Wood behind

Looking down on Nibthwaite and the southern end of Coniston Water

The Coniston Fells from Brock Barrow summit

Coniston Water and the Coniston Fells from Low Light Haw

Coniston Water, the Blawith Fells and Black Combe (top left) from High Light Haw

Dow Crag and Coniston Old Man from Stang Moss

Northerly panorama from Stang Hill

The Coniston Fells from Arnsbarrow Hill summit

The Coniston Fells from Top O' Selside summit

Helvellyn, Fairfield and Red Screes from Top O' Selside summit

360 Panorama from Top O ' Selside summit

Descending towards Coniston Water from Top O' Selside

Coniston Water

Looking back along the track and the Coniston Fells

Previous Walk: Newlands Round (Mon 6 May 2002)

Next Walk: Scafell Pike from Seathwaite (Sun 12 May 2002)

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