Lank Rigg

 

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Lank Rigg from Heckbarley Forest

Lank Rigg from the Heckbarley Forest track

Heckbarley

Lank Rigg from Heckbarley Forest

From Iron Crag

Lank Rigg from the head of Bleaberry Beck on the slopes of Iron Crag

Lank Rigg from the Coldfell Road

Lank Rigg and Latterbarrow from the Coldfell Road

Monks Bridge

Monk's Bridge (sometimes called Matty Benn's Bridge)

Matty Ben's Bridge

Matty Benn's Bridge and the River Calder

Summit OS column

OS column on the summit of Lank Rigg

Tumulus

Tumulus, unlike many another not converted into a wind-shelter

Summit tarns

Summit tarn

Ewes on Whoap

Ewes on Whoap

Ring cairn

Ring enclosure, of unknown date, on Tongue How

Cairn on Town Bank

Swainson's Knott and Scalderskew Forest from the cairn on Boat How

Cairn on ridge above Swarth Beck

Cairn on ridge above Swarth Beck, looking to Caaaw Fell and Seatallan, with the Scafells through the gap between

Cairn higher up the broad south ridge

Cairn higher up the broad south ridge

Fold where the ridge becomes stonier rising to the tumulus

Fold where the ridge becomes stonier rising to the tumulus, with the Isle of Man in the far off misty distance

Caw Fell and Seatallan

Western shoulder of Caw Fell and Seatallan across the Worm Gill valley

Tumulus cairn looking to Swarth Fell

One of several cairns on Latterbarrow

River Calder below Latterbarrow

River Calder below Latterbarrow

Ewe anbd lamb on path climbing out of the Whoap Beck valley

Ewe and lamb on path climbing out of the Whoap Beck valley

At closer quarters

At closer quarters with the red streaked slopes of Whoap behind and Grike on the left-hand skyline

Ridge path to Whoap

Connecting ridge path to Whoap from Lank Rigg, grooves caused by bikers

Solitary boulder marks the summit of Whoap

Solitary pink boulder marks the summit of Whoap

Large wind-shelter on the rising ridge from Lank Rigg to Whoap

Large wind-shelter on the rising ridge from Lank Rigg to Whoap
 
 
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