Friday 22nd February 2013
Start Point : East House (SD 777 938)
Distance : 6.8 miles Height Ascended : 1400 feet
The Howgills from Tom Croft Hill……………..
…………………and today’s objective, East Baugh Fell from Tom Croft Hill.
A long distance, but somewhat gloomy, view of Ingleborough from the approach to East and West Scale farms.
The ruins of West Scale farm by Grisedale Beck.
East Baugh Fell from Round Ing - the last of the ruined farmsteads at the head of Grisedale.
Looking down Rawthey Gill and a brief break in the cloud temporarily lights up Green Bell.
Wild Boar Fell and Swarth Fell as the flat top of East Baugh Fell is approached.
A gloomy view of the Howgills over one of
the many shepherd's
One of the East Tarns - frozen today.
Wild Boar Fell...........
......and again from Grisedale Pike.
Looking down Wensleydale.
In the distance the Yorkshire Dales’ Three Peaks.
Looking down Butter Beck and the plantation surrounding High Lathe.
The ravine cut by Butter Beck just above the boundary fence into Grisedale plantation.
The ruins of High Lathe (Michael's House beyond).
Grisedale Pike from Moor Rigg.