Mellbreak

 

Summit (south top) PANORAMA click here to download and take with you on your walk

(north top) PANORAMA click here

Mellbreak from Hopebeck Bridge

Mellbreak from the Lorton Vale close to Hopebeck Bridge

Mellbreak from Low Fell

Mellbreak from Low Fell

Mellbreak from Loweswater

Mellbreak from Loweswater

Kirkstile

St Bartholemews church and the Kirkstile Inn, Loweswater backed by Dropping Crag, Mellbreak

Kirkstile Inn

Kirkstile Inn ,home to an excellent micro-brewery and a fine food pub to boot

Mellbreak from Gale Fell

Mellbreak from Gale Fell, this angle shows the amazing contrast of the north top luxuriant in heather and the south top's whitelands, with bracken flowing into Mosedale

The Mosedale Holly Tree

The Mosedale Holly Tree

 Mellbreak form the outflow of Crummock Water

Mellbreak from the outflow of Crummock Water

South top cairn and summit of Mellbreak

South top cairn and summit of Mellbreak

North top cairn

North top cairn looking to Blake Fell and Carling Knott

Eager working dogs waiting for the call to action in the lane above Kirkgate Farm

Eager working dogs waiting for the call to action in the lane above Kirkgate Farm

 Loweswater from the north ridge

Loweswater and Low Fell from the north ridge

Grasmoor

Grasmoor from the north top

Whiteless Pike

Whiteless Pike and Rannerdale Knotts from the northern heather moor section of Mellbreak

Grasmoor from the saddle

Grasmoor from above Pillar Rake

Pillar Rake

Pillar Rake

Low Ling Crag peninsula from the edge of the south top

Low Ling Crag peninsula projecting towards Rannerdale Knotts from the edge of the south top

Low Ling Crag

Looking directly down on the High and Low Ling Crag peninsula

Crummock Water

Same viewpoint looking to Crummock Water and Buttermere

Buttermere vale

The Buttermere vale from the sneak viewpoint durigng the ascent to the north top

Red Pike

Scale Knott and Red Pike looking back during the ascent to the south top

Two locals on Scale Knott

Two locals on Scale Knott, are they saying something?

Mr Todd training his working collies

Mr Todd from Kirkgate Farm training his working collies

Shores of Crummock Water looking to Rannerdale Knotts

Shores of Crummock Water looking to Rannerdale Knotts

Crummock Water where Scale Beck enters

Crummock Water at the point where Scale Beck enters, with Fleetwith Pike prominent

Two sheep on the Mosedale flank of the fell

Two sheep on the Mosedale flank of the fell, Carling Knott in the background
 
 
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