|Walk:||Starting from near the Derby Arms at Witherslack, our route took us to Latterbarrow Nature Reserve, Yewbarrow, Hagg Wood, Bell Rake, Slape Scars, Pether Pots, White Scar, Beck Head and Rocky Common.|
|Start Point:||Roadside||Grid Reference:||SD 444 833|
|Distance:||13 miles||Ascent:||2,000 feet|
|Weather:||Changeable. Rain in the morning giving way to cool but dry conditions in the afternoon with some sun late on.|
An elite group of four took on the challenge of some muddy paths, some good paths, forest trails and wet slippery limestone.
Parking on a rainy day on the old A590 to Barrow
It's still raining but we are now in Latterbarrow Nature Reserve
Time for our morning break
Yewbarrow. A Wainwright Outlying Fell and
not to be confusedwith Yewbarrow above Wast Water
Shelter from the rain perhaps!
Slape scar wood and approaching some tricky wet limestone
This tree appears to be growing
straight out of the limestone
Almost at the end and the bluebells are beginning to open up