Grike

 

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Grike form Ennerdale Bridge

Grike from above Ennerdale Bridge

Grike from Revelin Crag

Grike from above Revelin Crag on the ascent of Crag Fell

Grike from Kirkland

Grike from the vicinity of Kirkland

summit tumulus Grike

Summit tumulus adapted into a wind-shelter

summit of Grike

Approaching the summit from the west

Looking to Iron Crag

Swirling mists envelope Steeple from the summit, in view the eastern portion of Heckbarley Forest and the heather banks of Boathow Crag, which sharply contrast with the whitelands of Kinniside Common right of the Ennerdale Fence ridge wall

Kinniside Stone Circle

Kinniside Stone Circle - Victorian folly or ancient monument?

Single stone part of Kinniside Stone Circle

This stone has etched letters, crusely chiselled within the last century one may judge?

Great Stone of Blakeley

Great Stone of Blakeley, a boundary marker

Knock Murton over Heckbarley Forest

Looking to Knock Murton and Blake Fell over Heckbarley Forest

Felling in heckbarley Forest

Timber hauling during felling operations in Heckbarley Forest in 2009

Weather station

Weather station mast beside the forest edge track, the slopes of Crag Fell form the horizon

Skyline fence-stile above Heckbarley

Skyline fence-stile above Heckbarley

Ridge path

Ridge path to Crag Fell

Goat Gill

Upper falls in the seldom visited  Goat Gill

Looking down the Goat Gill ravine

View down the Goat Gill ravine

View over Ennerdale Water

Great Borne and Ennerdale Water form the Goat Gill scarp edge

View over Revelin Crag

Starling Dodd and the High Stile range with Revelin Crag above Ben Gill bedecked with heather in the middle-ground

Great Borne

A variant of the preceeding two views

Foot of Ennerdale Water

Looking down on the foot of Ennerdale Water
 
 
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