|Walk:||Bracelet Moor, Broughton Mills, Great Stickle, Stickle Pike, Park Head Road, Caw, Natty Bridge|
|Start Point:||Parking area at corner of Broughton Moor Wood||Grid Reference:||SD 257 931|
|Distance:||10.6 miles||Ascent:||2,800 feet|
|Weather:||Blanket low cloud from beginning to end of walk. Very mild temperature for time of year and little breeze except on summits.|
|Comments:||Eight walkers attended for this walk which was completed totally in mist. Apart from being very good exercise, the only other plus points I can think of were the opportunity to hone my navigating skills and the quality of the company.|
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Setting out in the mist . . .
we are pleased our route doesn't head this way!
Kath and Garry pose by the stile
The bridge at Broughton Mills . . .
where Phil records the wording . . .
on each side
Climbing up to Great Stickle, one of Wainwrights Outlying Fells . . .
where Robb matches his blue gear with the blue trig point
The trig point and cairn . . .
where we stop for morning coffee
The next Outlying Fell is . . .
Stickle Pike . . .
followed by the third Outlying Fell - Caw . . .
where we find a sheltered spot for lunch . . .
and take in the 'fantastic views'
A rotting wooden post . . .
hosts some interesting lichen . . .
with tiny leaves and 'flowers'
Crossing Natty Bridge . . .
which spans River Lickle
Still misty as we head through the forest . . .
back to the cars
'Aint nothing but a hound dog'
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