Photos from Lake District - Page 2
The images listed here are all taken from the walks featured on this website.
|Images from the Walks
|Looking northeast during the climb onto Carrock Fell
|Cross Fell and Dun Fell from Carrock Fell
|Sheep fold on the approach to the summit of Carrock Fell
|The summit of Carrock Fell
|Looking east from Miton Hill to Carrock Fell
|The shooting hut on Great Lingy Hill
|Mosedale from Great Lingy Hill
|High Pike and Carrock Fell from the slopes of Knott
|Looking back from Grainsgill Beck towards the shooting hut
|Coomb Height from Mosedale
|Great Calva from Mosedale
|Mosedale looking west towards Coomb Height
|King's How from the slopes of Jopplety How
|Skiddaw provides a majestic background to Derwentwater
|The fells around Mardale Head have many drystone walls
|Haweswater Reservoir from the summit of Harter Fell
|Descent from Nan Bield Pass to Mardale Head
|Angletarn from the South Summit of the Angletarn Pikes
|Sourmilk Gill tumbles down from Easedale Tarn
|Ridge to Gibson Knott & Helm Crag, Calf Crag
|The summit rocks of Helm Crag with Steel Fell behind
|Ennerdale seen from the flanks of Great Gable
|Wasdale from Westmorland Cairn on Great Gable
|Styhead Tarn & Seathwaite Fell from Great Gable
|Storm clouds threaten in this view of Great Gable
|Looking down on Lingmell from the slopes of Scafell Pike
|Great Gable from Scafell Pike above Lingmell Col
|On the summit of Scafell Pike with my wife, Olwen
|Looking back to the summit of Scafell Pike
|The approach to Styhead Tarn from Seathwaite
|Grisedale Pike from Causey Pike
|Mine working in Coledale & Grisedale Pike
|View from Barrow to Derwentwater
|View of Outerside from Barrow Door
|View of Skiddaw from near Braithwaite
|The ascent path from the road to Beacon Tarn
|Looking back to Coniston Water on the way up to Beacon Tarn
|Crossing Slatestone Fell on the way to Beacon Tarn
|Beacon Tarn & Old Man & Dow Crag
|Beacon Tarn from the foot of the Beacon
|The view south to the Cumbria Coast from the Beacon
|Beacon summit & Old Man of Coniston
|Summit of the Beacon & Coniston Water
|View north from the Beacon
|View north from the Beacon showing descent path
|Stable Harvey with Fairfield dominant in the background
|The lane leading from Stable Harvey to the main road
|Great Gable viewed from the lane heading east up Wasdale
|The shapely outline of Pillar from Wasdale Head
|The path from Red Tarn climbs steadily across the fellside
|Crinkle Crags provide great walking in Langdale
|The Band with Oxendale, left, & Mickleden, right
|Landscape near Tilberthwaite
|Low Tilberthwaite provides a good view of Wetherlam
|Climbing alongside Yewdale Beck you get good views north
|Wetherlam Edge is a Lake District highlight
|Wetherlam provides superb views in all directions
|Looking north from Wetherlam
|The Cumbria Way by the River Brathay from Rob Rash Woods
|River Brathay at Skelwith Bridge.
News & Reviews
A range of product reviews including books and maps are available. The following reviews are the most recent.
Wainwright Hill Bagging Map - A scratchable map showing all 214 Wainwrights in the Lake District. More info.
the people's poncho 2.0 - Lightweight, stylish and lightweight alternative to traditional waterproofs ideal for walkers. More info.
the people's poncho - A durable, lightweight, stylish and compact alternative to traditional waterproofs ideal for walkers with 10% Discount. More info.
AZ Adventure Series Maps - Convenient 1:25000 OS maps in booklet form covering the National Trails of Britain. More info.
Walking in the Aire - A new book by Lee Senior featuring 14 walks in the Aire valley. More info.
West Yorkshire's Wild Side - Two new books in the 'Wainwright' style featuring Calderdale and moorland walks. More info.