My latest walk up in the Lake District was a monster one, about 13 miles with 4500ft of ascent across the roof of England, from Seathwaite I walked the Corridor Route up onto Lingmell, then up Lords Rake and the West Wall Traverse onto Scafell, then across to Scafell Pike. A cracker of a walk, in glorious weather, shorts and T Shirt all the way.
Early morning looking up Grains Gill
Looking across Styhead Gill to Lingmell and Scafell Pike
Waterfalls on Styhead Gill, with Great End in the Background
Lingmell and Piers Gill from the Corridor Route path
Great Gable across an un-named tarn
Lingmell across the same tarn
Looking back from the top of Lingmell to the Corridor route and Styhead tarn in the distance
the northern face of Scafell from the path beneath Pike Crags
Wastwater from the same point
At the foot of Lords Rake
The large chockstone is still wedged at the top
Looking back down Lords Rake
Lots of loose boulders in the Rake, scary!!
Scafell Pike from the West Wall Traverse
Surprisingly still some snow and ice in Deep Ghyll
Some big rocks in Deep Ghyll waiting to slide down, thankfully not while i was in there!!
Out the top of Deep Ghyll, looking back down
Wastwater and Burnmoor tarn from the top of Scafell
The valley of Mosedale from the top of Scafell
Scafell Pike from a very dry Foxes Tarn
Looking back at Scafell from the climb to the top of Scafell Pike
Scafell Pike summit trig point
Skiddaw and Blencathra in the distance from Scafell Pike
Great Gable and Kirk Fell from the descent of Scafell Pike
The north face of Great End and Central Gulley, a small patch of snow and ice still there, reminded me of when I ice climbed it a few winters ago
Waterfalls on Grains Gill
This was a lovely pool and waterfall, a bit warmer and I would have been in for a cooling dip
Lots of Spring Lambs at Seathwaite farm
So cute !!!