Fellbarrow

 

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Fellbarrow from Hudsons Place

Fellbarrow from above Hudson Place

Fellbarrow from Loweswater

Fellbarrow from above Jenkinson Place

Fellbarrow from High Lorton

Fellbarrow from the Whinlatter road above High Lorton

Summit of Fellbarrow

Summit of Fellbarrow looking north

twin lambs searching for thier mother

Twin lambs on the summit looking for their mother - with Binsey in the misty distance

Whiteside from Fellbarrow

Grisedale Pike, Hopegill Head and the Dodd ridge of Whiteside from Fellbarrow

Grasmoor from Fellbarrow

Whiteside and Grasmoor from Fellbarrow

Catlle pasture on Fellbarrow

Galloway cattle grazing on the eastern slopes of Fellbarrow

Rock exposure on Hatteringill Head

Concave rock exposure on Hatteringill Head

Hatteringill Head

Cairn on Hatteringill Head, looking to Fellbarrow

Burning gorse

Burning gorse on Whin Hill, the hill-name means 'hill of gorse'

Sheep drove looking to Red Pike

Drove way above Thackthwaite looking to the High Stile range

Sheep drove

Higher up the sheep drove way looking towards High Lorton

Whiteside from the ridge

Whiteside and Grasmoor from the ridge fence south of the summit

sheep graxzing on Fellbarrow

Zig-zag drove way from Thackthwaite, as viewed from the ridge fence south of the summit

Mossergate lane

Lambs playing hide and seek in the lane close to Mossergate

St Michael's Mosser

A rainy day in late Spring at St Michael's church, Mosser

Lorton to Mosser green lane

Delightful green lane linking Low Lorton with Mosser. The landowner denies access onto Fellbarrow from this lane, though there is a traditional use and stiles are installed for the purpose! Respecting the farmer at Mossergate's wishes the route is not shown in the guide.
 
 
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