Sunday 10th July 2011
Start Point : Stonethwaite (NY 262 138)
Distance : 9.0 miles Height Ascended : 780 metres
Eagle Crag - the long curving skyline to the left is Ullscarf.
Eagle Crag from Stonethwaite Beck.
The meeting of Langstrath Beck and Greenup Gill.
Plaque set into a boulder by the path.
The view from the boulder.
The Greenup Gill waterfalls - Lining Crag the darker of the raised bumps ahead.
The early morning sun lights up Eagle Crag
and again from slightly higher up the path.
Lining Crag, the headwaters of Greenup Gill
and glacial moraines.
A coast-to-coaster works his way up towards the top of Lining Crag.
Sergeant's Crag and Eagle Crag.
The northwestern fells over Eagle Crag.
Looking over Long Crag towards Allen Crags and Great End.
Greenup Edge - the Coast-to-Coast contines
Ullscarf over Greenup Edge.......................
......and the view northeastwards down Wyth Burn to the Helvellyn ridge from the same point.
Martha and Hetty take a chance to cool off in one of the pools near Codale Head.
OS pillar on High Raise looking northwest
Passing sunburst on Sergeant's and Eagle Crags.
Back o' Langdale Pikes.
Heading down to
Rosthwaite Fell and Bessyboot.
Allen Crags and
.but the view lower down is a lot brighter.
Stake Beck waterfalls
and another chance for Hetty and Martha to dip their feet.
Eagle Crag and Sergeant's Crag from Langstrath Beck.
Woof Gill and
Can you spot the tent?
Here Langstrath Beck forms a deep, silent pool in a rocky gorge, a picturesque
scene, and one that should be visited by all who pass along the valley (AW).
The foot of Langstrath.
Looking back up Langstrath and to Bow Fell.
Crossing the footbridge over Langstrath Beck by Johnny House.
Martha poses supreme