Boots on in Felldyke Car Park
First View of 'Sharp Knott' & 'Blake Fell'
First View of 'Owsen Fell'
Coming into View 'Murton Fell'
'Sharp Knott' & 'Blake Fell' from Cogra Moss Reservoir
'Murton Fell' one of next weeks Hill from Cogra Moss Reservoir
'Gavel Fell' another of next weeks Hills from Cogra Moss Reservoir
Legless Fishermen about to Become a Meal for the Resident Shark
The Upgraded Forestry Road to Help with Timber Extraction
Dead Wood Blocking my Route from the Track (Time for Plane B)
Looking Back Down to the Track After I Eventually Find a Way Round
'Knock Murton' the Summit of 'Murton Fell' from 'High Hows'
This White Wagtail is a Migrate Visitor from most Likely Greenland or Iceland on the Summit Log of 'High Hows'
'Owsen Fell' from 'High Hows'
Looking Back at 'High Hows'
Cogra Moss 'Knock Murton' & 'High Hows' from near the Top of 'Owsen Fell'
The Pile of Stones on the Summit of 'Owsen Fell'
Heading for 'Burnbank Fell'
Looking South Towards my Route Back Down In-between 'Blake Fell' & 'Sharp Knott'
Looking Back to 'Owsen Fell'
'Carling Knott' from the Summit of the Wainwright 'Burnbank Fell'
Looking over 'Loweswater End' to 'Grasmoor' (Bagged 2020) from 'Burnbank Fell'
Leaving 'Burnbank Fell'
Looking Back at 'Burnbank Fell'
The Large Pile of Stones on the Summit of 'Carling Knott'
The Small Pile of Stones on the Summit of 'Loweswater End'
'Burnbank Fell' from 'Loweswater End'
Loweswater with 'Darling Fell, & 'Low Fell' (Bagged Last Month)
'Grasmoor' again and the Northern End of 'Mellbreak' (also Bagged Last Month)
Close up of the Northern End of 'Mellbreak'
A Walker on Top of 'Carling Knott'
Walkers on Top of 'Blake Fell' from 'Carling Knott'
Looking Back at 'Carling Knott'
'Grasmoor' again and 'Mellbreak' from near the Summit of the Wainwright 'Blake Fell'
'Knock Murton' and Cogra Moss from 'Blake Fell'
'Sharp Knott' from 'Blake Fell'
'Owsen Fell' from 'Sharp Knott'
'Knock Murton' and Cogra Moss from 'Sharp Knott'
Looking Back over to a Pair of Walkers on 'Blake Fell'
Looking North to One Man and His Dog on 'Burnbank Fell'
'Owsen Fell' from the Dead Wood on the Forest Track
'Knock Murton' from near the End of the Track
Is Fishing in the Rain More Enjoyable then Walking in the Rain?
Wednesday 19th May 2021
Boots on by the Side of the Road at Cross Rigg
My Route up 'Murton Fell'
Looking Back Down to the Car
Ennerdale Water and 'Crag Fell' (Bagged 2020)
The Double Stone Shelter on the Summit of 'Knock Murton' (Murton Fell) my 1st Hill Today
A Pose on the Summit 'Knock Murton' (Murton Fell)
Looking Down on Cogra Moss and 'Owsen Fell' from Last Week
Zoomed in on a Fisherman Stood on a Sand Bar in the Water
'Blake Fell' also from Last Week from the Pile of Stones on the Summit
Leaving 'Knock Murton'
Looking Ahead to 'Gavel Fell'
Into the Dark Dead Woods
"There is Life in the Woods"
Looking Back at 'Knock Murton'
Heading up to 'Low Pen'
'Knock Murton' and Cogra Moss
'Blake Fell' from the Summit of 'Low Pen'
Leaving 'Low Pen' Behind
Looking Back at 'Knock Murton' and 'Low Pen' from near the Summit of 'High Pen'
'Blake Fell' from 'High Pen'
Looking Back at the Gang of Four on the Summit of 'High Pen'
'Blake Fell' from near the Summit of 'High Nook on Gavel Fell North Top'
'Carling Knott' another of Last Weeks Hills from 'High Nook'
'Mellbreak' (Middle Distance) & 'Little Dodd' (Near Distance) (Both Bagged Last Month)
'Hen Comb' (Also Bagged Last Month) from 'High Nook'
'High Pen' with 'Knock Murton' Behind from 'High Nook'
Leaving 'High Nook' and Heading for 'Gavel Fell'
The Summit of the Wainwright 'Gavel Fell'
'Blake Fell' from the of Summit of 'Gavel Fell'
'Knock Murton' from the of Summit of 'Gavel Fell'
Leaving 'Gavel Fell'
The Northern Crags of 'Great Borne' Towering Above the Little Lump that is 'Floutern Cop'
Walkers Crossing Whiteoak Moss from 'Hen Comb'
'Floutern Cop' Dead Ahead
Looking Back over to 'Gavel Fell' from the Summit of 'Floutern Cop'
'Hen Comb' from the Summit of 'Floutern Cop'
Floutern Tarn and 'Great Borne' (Which I will be Visiting Shortly) from the Summit of 'Floutern Cop'
Leaving 'Floutern Cop' and Heading for 'Banna Fell'
Looking North to 'Knock Murton', 'Low Pen', 'High Pen' and 'Blake Fell' from the Top of 'Banna Fell'
Looking South over Ennerdale Water to 'Crag Fell' & 'Grike' (Both Bagged 2020) from the Top of 'Banna Fell'
Next is 'Godworth' with 'Knock Murton' Directly Behind it
'Godworth' from the Steep Descent to Croasdale Beck from 'Banna Fell'
Looking East up to Fothergill Head and 'Gavel Fell'
After a Very Steep Climb Ennerdale Water from the Pile of Stones on the Summit of 'Godworth'
'Knock Murton' from the Pile of Stones on the Summit of 'Godworth'
'Kelton Fell' the 9th and Last Hill is Dead Ahead
Following an Old Stone Dyke for the Last Uphill Today
'Brown How' and 'Bowness Knot' are Two Ennerdale Hills I will be Visiting Shortly
Ennerdale Water from the Stone Wall on the Summit of 'Kelton Fell'
Back Down to the Road