Low Fell

 

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Low Fell from the heather ridge-end near Mellbreak's north top

Low Fell from the heather ridge-end near Mellbreak's north top

Low Fell from Watergate

Low Fell from Watergate looking across Loweswater, with the white cottage of Crabtreebeck reflecting in the waters

Low Fell from above Highnook Farm

Low Fell from above Highnook Farm

Low Fell from Gavel fellside

Low Fell from Mellbreak

From the track to High Nook Farm

Low Fell from the meadow beside the track to High Nook Farm

evening view across the High Nook Farm meadow

The same scene at even-tide

The summit of Low Fell

The summit of Low Fell, looking to Whiteside and Grasmoor

Looking to Watching Crag from the summit

Looking to Watching Crag from the summit

Mellbreak from Watching Crag

Mellbreak from Watching Crag

Mellbreak form the foot of the direct southern assault

Mellbreak from a striking rock at the foot of the direct south ascent

Quartz rocks on the southern assault

Quartz rocks passed during the climb from the south

Southernmost viewpoint cairn

Approaching the southernmost viewpoint cairn

South cairn and what a view!

South cairn and what a view!

South cairn

Another version of the south cairn setting, focused on Mellbreak

Crummock Water scene

The Crummock Water fells from Low Fell

Mellbreak form Darling Fell

Mellbreak from Darling Fell

Whiteside and Grasmoor

Whiteside and Grasmoor from the edge near the summit

Walkers mesmerised by the view from Darling Fell

Walkers mesmerised by the view from Darling Fell

Summit of Darling Fell

Summit of Darling Fell

Bield Crabtree Beck valley

Bield wall in the Crabtree Beck valley, on the slopes of Darling Fell

Droveway above Thackthwaite

Droveway above Thackthwaite, looking to the High Stile range

Miresyke cattle

Miresyke Farm cattle above Loweswater

High Thrushbank

High Thrushbank

Darling Fell view

Mellbreak from the terrace path across Darling Fell

laithe near Whinny Ridding

Laithe  (field-barn) below Whinny Ridding

Mosser road

Broom in full bloom lining the Mosser mountain road, looking back to Hen Comb and Loweswater

Mellbreak from the terrace path on Darling Fell

Mellbreak from the terrace path on Darling Fell

 

 
 
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