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Photos from Cumbria - Page 1

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Images from the Walks
100201Scandale from the Fairfield Horseshoe
100202Deepdale seen between Hart Crag
100203Leaving Fairfield for Great Rigg
100801The approach to Sharp Edge from Scales Tarn
100802Looking back along Sharp Edge
100803Sharp Edge seen from Foule Crag
101101View to Newlands Hause during ascent to Knott Rigg
101102The High Stile Ridge (on the skyline) from Knott Rigg
101103Ard Crags from Knott Rigg
102301Red Screes from Wansfell
102302The final climb up to the Summit of Wansfell Pike
102303Looking back to Wansfell Pike
102304The ridge wall from Wansfell to Wansfell Pike
102305Summit of Wansfell & a radio ham in the view
102306Access to the upper end of Nanny Lane
102307Nanny Lane leads down to Troutbeck
102308Troutbeck from Nanny Lane
102309Lanefoot Farm, Troutbeck
102310Old wooden footpath sign in Troutbeck
102311Leave Robin Lane here for path to Ambleside
102312The path through Skeghyll Wood
104501Levens Park and the River Kent
104502First redundant bridge on the Kendal canal
104503Some evidence of the Kendal canal remains
104504Past labours lost - the Kendal canal
104505Kendal Parish Church
104506The tranquil River Kent
104507The River Kent from Hawes Bridge
104508The footbridge near Sedgwick
104509The massive A590 road bridge over the River Kent
104510Re-entering Levens Park
104901The village of Staveley
104902Barley Bridge, Staveley
104903Staveley village from the path up towards Littlewood Farm
104904On a path leading to Potter Tarn
104905Gurnal Dubs was formerly three smaller tarns
104906Reston Scar, a hill overlooking village of Staveley
105801Swans on Coniston Water
105802Grassy path leading up Beacon Fell through bracken
105803Beacon Fell summit view, towards the Coniston fells
105804Peel Island and Coniston Water
105805Beacon Tarn from a descent of Beacon Fell
105806Beacon Tarn and Beacon Fell
105901View towards Holme Fell from near to Wilson Place
105902Waterfall at Colwith Force
105903Footbridge over the River Brathay near to Skelwith Force
105904River Brathay at Skelwith Force
105905Elterwater and the Langdale Pikes
105906River Brathay near to Elterwater
106501Blackbeck Tarn by path from Honister Pass to Haystacks
107301Skiddaw seen from Bleaberry Fell
108201High Stile from Red Pike
108202Haystacks across Scarth Gap
108203Rocky terrain on Haystacks
108204Approaching Loaf Tarn on Haystacks
108205Path on Haystacks leading to Blackbeck Tarn
108206Great Gable from Beck Head
108207Path up Great Gable from Windy Gap
108208Rocky descent of Great Gable to Beck Head
108209Crossing the ravine on Kirk Fell

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