|Thursday 13th May 2004
Start point: Hole House (SD 181 930)
Hole House -
The Pike (9)
Hesk Fell (10)
Seat How (Birker Moor)
Rough Crag (Birker Moor)
Water Crag (13)
The Knott on Stainton Fell
White Pike on Birkby Fell
Stainton Pike (18)
Burn Moor (20)
Kinmont Buck Barrow
Great Paddy Crag
Buck Barrow (23)
Plough Fell (24)
- Hole House
Weather: Dull and overcast with hill fog and sunny spells.
The Pike and Hesk Fell summit.
'The detour to The Pike' - AW 'The Outlying
Fells of Lakeland' page 141.
Whin Rigg, Illgill Head and The Scafell range
from Seat How.
Devoke Water from Seat How.
The summits of Rough Crag and Water Crag - AW
'The Outlying Fells of Lakeland' page 146.
Two views of Linbeck Gill, Devoke Water
outfall, Seat How behind and Caw in the distance.
Stainton Pike from The Knott - 'Seen from The
Knott, Stainton Pike assumes the pyramidal shape of Bowfell..'. AW
The impressive cairn on White Pike and Stainton
The summits of Woodend Height and Yoadcastle.
Stainton Pike, White Pike, Woodend Height and
Yoadcastle from the ascent of Whitfell. Holehouse Tarn is in the foreground.
The Duddon Estuary from the summit of Whitfell.
The summit of Burn Moor looking south to Buck
Barrow and Kinmont Buck Barrow.
Overlooking the Duddon Estuary from Kinmont
Buck Barrow summit and Great Paddy Crag summit.
Kinmont Buck Barrow from Buck Barrow summit and
the first time I have ever seen cows on a summit, on Bigert!
The sun shines! The Coniston range from Plough
Fell summit - Grey Friar and Swirl How to the left of the dip, then Brim Fell,
Dow Crag, Coniston Old Man, Buck Pike and Brown Pike.
Another view from Plough Fell summit, The
Scafells to the left, Esk Pike and Bowfell in the centre with the Crinkle Crags
and Harter Fell to the right.
The Pike from the descent of Bigert.
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