Wednesday 16th February 2011
Start Point :
Distance : 8.5 miles Height Ascended : 710 metres
Helm Crag from Allan Bank.
Gaining height and the blanket of cloud is slow to clear.
Crossing Wray Gill.
A brief break in the cloud gives a murky
Looking back over one of the Lang How Tarns.
Looking back towards Silver How over the
largest of the Lang How tarns (referred to as Youdell Tarn in some books).
Looking towards Little Castle How and signs that the cloud is on the brink of lifting.
Little Castle How smoking.
Another break in the cloud and a gloomy view of Easedale Tarn.
The shelter stone on the top of Blea Rigg.
Room for one at a squeeze!!
Violet poses on what I think is the summit of Blea Rigg.
Codale Tarn below
A much brighter scene now over Easedale Tarn.
The view across Slapestone Edge.
Belles Knott now looking a bit more formidable.
Interesting Easedale Tarn reflections.
More reflections - in the distance to the right a glimpse of the snow-capped Helvellyn ridge.
Gibson Knott and Helm Crag with Seat Sandal
Helm Carg and a tree growing out of a rock.
Gibson Knott over Far Easedale Gill.