Wednesday 10th August 2022


Parked up by Cotegill Bridge with 'Wild Boar Fell' in the Background

Cotegill Bridge and 'Wild Boar Fell'

The Settle to Carlisle Railway from the Bridge

Looking Down the Eden Valley

Heading Down the Road to Aisgill Farm

Under the Railway

Passing a Waterfall

Heading for the Hills

Following the Wall

Close up of Cotegill Bridge and the Car

'Wild Boar Fell'

Close up of the Cairns on Yoadcomb Scar

Close up of The Nab

Passing The Nab

Natter Natter

Heading for the Col

A Pose on the Limestone Pavement on Angerholm Pots

Climbing Again

Come on Keep up

Elevenses in the Col at 'High Dolphinsty'

Leaving 'High Dolphinsty'

Reflections Below The Nab

Heading for The Nab

Nearly There

A Pose near the Top

Keep Going

Click Click on Top of The Nab

Looking up the Eden Valley from The Nab

Looking Across to the Stone Cairns with 'Whernside' in the Background

The Trig Point & Shelter on the Summit of 'Wild Boar Fell'

Handy Seats in the Shelter

The Cairns on Yoadcomb Scar

Leaving 'Wild Boar Fell'

Heading for 'Swarth Fell'

Following the Wall

Looking Back at 'Wild Boar Fell'

Close up of the Cairns on Yoadcomb Scar

Click Click

A Pose on the Summit of 'Swarth Fell'

Another Pose

Forty Winks after Lunch on the Summit

Leaving the Summit

'Ingleborough' and 'Whernside' from 'Swarth Fell Pike'

Leaving 'Swarth Fell Pike'

Looking back up to 'Wild Boar Fell'

Hellgill Force

Back to the Car


Tuesday 23rd August 2022


Boots on near Thrang Bridge

A Passing Train

Down the Road to Outhgill

Leaving Outhgill

A Stile with no Fence

Picking our Way Through the Long Grass

Clouds Sticking to 'Wild Boar Fell'

Higher we Climb

Heading for the Crags

Getting Steeper

Looking Ahead

Looking across to 'High Loven Scar'

Really Steep Now

All Smiles now the Steep Climb is Over

Close up of the Car Park

Elevenses Amongst the Rocks

Is this the Summit?

The Missing Trig Point on the Summit of 'High Seat'

Leaving 'High Seat'

Walking Across a Dried up Tarn at 'Steddale Mouth'

One of the Cairns on 'Archy Styrigg' (Gregory Chapel)

Approaching the Tallest Cairn on 'Archy Styrigg' (Gregory Chapel)

The Stone Seat near the Summit of 'Hugh Seat'

Leaving 'Hugh Seat' and Heading for 'Little Fell'

A Boggy Bit

Striding Over a Wire Fence

Nearly There

Come on Keep up

The Summit of 'Little Fell'

A Selfie on the Summit

Looking West to 'Swarth Fell' and 'Wild Boar Fell' (Both Bagged two Weeks ago)

Leaving 'Little Fell' and Heading Down

Clambering over a Locked Gate

'Wild Boar Fell' from the Bridleway that was once an Old Coach Road (Part of Lady Anne Clifford's Highway)

The Old Coach Road Continues North

'Wild Boar Fell' Again  

What's This

The Limestone 'Water Cut' by Sculptor Mary Bourne  

Closer Inspection

A Pose with the Sculpture

Looking Through the Sculpture

'High Seat' and Mallerstang Edge as the Track Heads Down to the Road

A Bit to go Yet

Another Train Passing 'Wild Boar Fell'

Looking Back at the Sculpture

Nearly Back Down


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