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Blawith Knott and Burney

Two more short walks this morning to keep away from the crowds and the threatened bad weather. As it turned out, the weather wasn’t too bad with sunny intervals. The walks followed were the Blawith Knott and Burney chapters in Wainwright’s ‘The Outlying Fells of Lakeland’.

Great Burney

It was another short but pleasant walk for us in the sunshine this afternoon up to Great Burney; with the temperature reaching the heady heights of 16C, it was too good an opportunity to miss the chance of a bit of fresh air. Shame about the haze again, but I guess you can’t have everything!

Great Burney

There was a cool breeze despite the warm sunshine in the southern Lake District this afternoon. Once again it seemed as though our little corner had all the sunshine whilst to the north looked a lot cloudier. Burney lies on the southernmost tip of the Lake District National Park and offers fine views for relatively modest effort.

Great Burney

It was absolutely chucking it down today but those dogs still need to be walked whatever the weather, so it was a local short walk up to Wainwright Outlying fell Great Burney. They don’t seem to mind the rain so much and neither do I really but it makes for an interesting ‘quick on the draw’ style of photography! Today, I was mostly wearing Paramo…

Great Burney

Today was a day of two halves – raining and dreary this morning, clearing in the afternoon to give bright sunshine and blue skies. Great Burney lies on the south western edge of the Lake District National Park and is easily reached from the main A5092 road for an easy ascent with lovely views.

Great Burney

There was no sunshine this morning and the higher fells were enveloped in a thick cloak of cloud so we decided to walk up to Great Burney, a compact Outlying Fell which is on the southern edge of the Lake District National Park. Connie was keen to try out her new boots today – I think they passed with flying colours!