Sunday, 27th May 2012
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Crossing the bridge over Hayeswater Gill . . .
which has quite a bit of water in it despite the recent dry weather
Time for a break . . .
before crossing the outlet from Hayeswater Reservoir
Looking back down to our route on the way to . . .
Heading for Kidsty Pike . . .
which stands proud above Riggindale
Looking over Riggindale to Harter Fell
The rocky summit . . .
is the ideal spot to take in the views . . .
down to Haweswater
Time for a group photo . . .
before heading off to High Raise . . .
where the group gathers . . .
for a summit photo
Tony and Jenny check out the views from Rampsgill Head . . .
down to the Gill
Looking cross the crags to the Helvellyn range
Arriving on Rest Dodd. . .
to take in views of The nab, etc
Our grassy lunch spot . . .
looks out over Hayeswater, Gray Crag, Thornthwaite Crag and High Street
Looking back to Rest Dodd from Satura Crag
Angle Tarn with Angletarn Pikes to the right and the Helvellyn range in the distance
Glenridding and Ullswater with Place Fell to the right from Angletarn Pikes (northern summit) . . .
and from the southern pike . . .
more views of Angle Tarn . . .
and Brock Crags (our final summit)
Who lives in a nest like this?
From Brock crags we look back to Angle Tarn with the two Pikes and Place Fell to the left . . .
and to Brothers Water in the opposite direction
The cairn on Brock Crags . . .
where we take a short break . . .
before starting our last descent - with views of our initial route . . .
and across to Hayeswater and Gray Crag . . .
while a little further down Pasture Bottom comes into view
Tony lends a hand as Kath takes a tumble . . .
while taking a timed group shot of the 'A' team