Tuesday 19th February 2008

 

Start Point : Hartsop village car park (NY 410 130)

                   

Distance : 5.0 miles          Height Ascended : 580 metres

 

Route Map

 

Photo-stop en route to Hartsop - the strong morning light baths the aptly named Red Screes

 

High Hartsop Dodd, Dove Crag and Hartsop Above How 0ver Brothers Water

 

Looking across heavily frosted fields and up Deepdale towards the higher Eastern Fells

 

A golden Arnison Crag - Helvellyn and Catstye Cam the high points in the centre with Birkhouse Moor to the right

 

Glenridding and the head of Ullswater overlooked by Sheffield Pike and Glenridding Dodd

 

And a wider view………….

 

The view south from Boredale Hause

Caudale Moor and Red Screes the high points either side of Kirkstone Pass beyond Brothers Water

 

Place Fell from the path up to Angletarn Pikes - Blencathra to the left

 

The view west from below the summit of Angletarn Pikes’ northern top

 

Looking northeast along the Beda Fell ridge from Angletarn Pikes northern top - unbroken views to the Pennine Hills

 

And the view to the northwest includes Place Fell and the head of Ullswater

 

Angletarn Pikes Panorama – includes Dove Crag, Hart Crag, Fairfield, the Helvellyn and Dodds ridges

 

Angle Tarn not surprisingly frozen after the prolonged spell of clear skies and settled weather

 

Superb skyline over Angle Tarn

 

Bannerdale from the top of Buck Crag

 

Rest Dodd and High Street from the gate at Satura Crag

 

High Street and Gray Crag and a glimpse of Hayeswater in between

 

Another view of Angle Tarn - this time from Brock Crags

 

The northwestern aspect from the summit of Brock Crags

 

Bruce enjoys the warm sunshine

 

Looking down on the village of Hartsop from Brock Crags

 

Looking up Pasture Beck and beyond to Threshwaite Mouth (the dip in the skyline)

 

Dove Crag, Hart Crag and Fairfield dominate the skyline beyond Brothers Water

 

Pasture Beck and Pasture Bottom

 

The view across Brothers Water and over Hartsop above How now includes St Sunday Crag to the right

 

Looking up Hayeswater Gill towards Rest Dodd