Sunday 9th September 2012
Start Point : Leck (SD 644 768)
Distance : 6.0 miles Height Ascended : 320 metres
St Peter's Church Leck.
If starting at Leck, or
required to reach the top of the open fell but the going is easy and virtually car-free.
Looking across to Brownthwaite Pike and Low Barbon Fell.
Lost John's Cave - the stream entrance.
Approaching the top of the fell road - the Three Men of Gragareth ahead.
The view towards Barbon Low Fell over the
fenced enclosure around
Rumbling Hole - the largest surface opening on Leck Fell.
Crag Hill and Great Coum.
Eyeholes - a pair of holes with an intervening natural bridge of rock.
Death's Head Hole.
Martha and Hetty wait behind the safety of the protective fence.
Leck Fell House and Gragareth.
The path from Death's Head Hole follows the line of the wall before veering off right towards Easegill Kirk.
Are y'ewes looking at me?
Leck Beck Head.
Looking up Leck Beck - Crag Hill to the right.
and again in portrait.
Looking downstream from the same viewpoint.
The ruins of Anneside - presumably the name of the farm that once occupied this spot.
The Old Parsonage Leck.
Attended by the four Bronte sisters 1824-5.