Blake Fell

 

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BF from High Pen

Blake Fell from High Pen

Blake Fell from Knock Murton

Blake Fell from Knock Murton

Blake Fell from Cogra Moss

Blake Fell from Cogra Moss

BF from the Felldyke track

Blake Fell from the Felldyke approach track to Cogra Moss

BF from Rowrah

Blake Fell group from Rowrah, the rainbow is striking the ridge between Owsen and Burnbank Fells

summit of BF

Wind-shelter summit cairn of Blake Fell

Walker leaving the summit bound for Fothergill Head

Walkers' leaving the summit heading down to Fothergill Head, with Fleetwith Pike prominent ahead

Carling Knott

Carling Knott and Burnbank Fell, with the 'pheasant's head' plantation of Holme Wood clearly discernible

Carling Knott form Thrushbank

Carling Knott and Watergate Farm nestling below Holme Wood and close to the shore of Loweswater from High Thrushbank

Carling Knott from Crabtree

Carling Knott, Holme Wood and Loweswater from the terrace path on Darling Fell

Carling Knott from Darling Fell

Carling Knott from Darling Fell

Fangs Brow

Burnbank Fell from the quartz rubbing stone on Fangs Brow

walkers gather on the Terrace Path

A popular viewpoint, the terrace track on Burnbank Fell looking over Loweswater to Grasmoor

Holme Wood

Nearing the top of Holme Wood, with Burnbank Fell in the background

Grasmoor

Grasmoor from Burnbank Fell

Viewpoint cairn on Burnbank Fell

Viewpoint cairn on Burnbank Fell

Cairn on Carling Knott

Summit wind-shelter on Carling Knott, getting a spot of consolidation

Cogra Moss

Blake Fell from Cogra Moss Reservoir

BF from Leaps Beck

Blake Fell from Leaps Beck

Sharp Knott

Cairn on Sharp Knott looking back to Blake Fell

Sheep trod on Blake Fell

Adapted sheep path high on the western slopes of Blake Fell

BF from Gavel Fell

Blake Fell from Gavel Fell

BF from the ridge fence on Gavel Fell

Looking over Fothergill Head to Blake Fell from the ridge fence on Gavel Fell
 
 
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