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30 Sep 2019 18:35 #701 by Alan
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Lake District 4 passes Challenge.
As tough an event as I've ever done 19 miles with 4 high level Lake District passes to negate Styhead, Black Sail, Scarth Gap and Honister being a Brutal finale.
A superb well organised event will be back next year.
A few shots on one of many breather stops :-D


















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30 Sep 2019 19:58 #702 by Zebby
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Well done Alan sounds brutal would love to be able to try something like that,.my arthritic ankle and knees would have me laid up for a week lol

You'll need a good re fuel after that

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30 Sep 2019 20:15 #703 by Yorkie Blue
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Real tough guy stuff Alan, well done


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30 Sep 2019 21:30 #704 by Yorkie Blue
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A few years have passed since last I trod on Helvellyns fair slopes, today was the day to re-make the acquaintance.

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An unpopulated Striding Edge - heaven.
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01 Oct 2019 10:37 #705 by Alan
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Yorkie Blue wrote: Real tough guy stuff Alan, well done


Not forgetting the large amount of female competitors too it was a superb effort all round.
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01 Oct 2019 10:39 #706 by Alan
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Yorkie Blue wrote: A few years have passed since last I trod on Helvellyns fair slopes, today was the day to re-make the acquaintance.



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Me and one of my lads are doing it this weekend weather permitting.
From Wythburn then Red tarn edges round.
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01 Oct 2019 11:26 #707 by Yorkie Blue
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Alan wrote:

Yorkie Blue wrote: Real tough guy stuff Alan, well done


Not forgetting the large amount of female competitors too it was a superb effort all round.


Aye, I`ve been a bit politically incorrect there, a spell at the re-education establishment required.

On a more serious note, it is noticeable that there are many more females, and quite attractive ones, out on the hills these days. When I first started hillwalking it was difficult to differentiate between the sexes, often, though not always, it was a beard that was the determining factor in identification. In latter years the better designed outdoor wear has probably contributed to the influx and added to the pleasure of a day out on the hill.


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01 Oct 2019 15:35 #708 by Zebby
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My daughter climbs indoors trains at least twice a week and does the competition's at weekends it's getting very popular and would say it's about 50/50 split male female not sure if that transfers to outdoor climbing mind

Would recommend it to anyone who has kids or grandkids if there's a climbing center near you great way to keep fit and gain strength she's been doing it since 7 she's nearly 14 and loves it

I quite enjoy sitting there watching with a coffee watching some of the climbs they do are amazing some of the GB squad train there unbelievable what they can do

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02 Oct 2019 16:27 #709 by Yorkie Blue
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Spot on Zebby, Indoor climbing is great exercise, I use the climbing wall at the Sands Centre, here in Carlisle, a couple of times a week, it`s good for fitness, core strength, suppleness, technique and balance, and these skills and attributes transfer well, breed confidence and set you in good stead when on the crag.

Personally, I prefer the indoor wall to the gym, I get the same, or almost the same range of exercise, but the problem solving of climbing a route gives more satisfaction than doing "reps".


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02 Oct 2019 19:50 #710 by Zebby
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I must say Yorkie if they had been around when I was younger I would have been into it I think,I have had a couple of sneaky goes and it's fun but the landing on the mats kills my knees so I stick to my reps at the gym, I have always trained in gym but climbing is a perfect way to transfer that strength straining intact it's a more natural way to develop strength especially core,it's very pleasing to see just how popular it's getting

That speed climbing is worth watching aswell it's going to be in Olympics in 2020 I think it will attract even more to climbing as ai can see folk wanting to give it a go when they see it

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06 Oct 2019 19:00 #711 by Alan
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Helvellyn from Wythburn down Swirral Edge and Up Striding Edge.
A stiff cool breeze and slippery damp rock made it at bit trickier than normal.
My youngests first go on the Edges he loved it
Not as good a day weather-wise as you Yorkie mind. :-)









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06 Oct 2019 20:25 #712 by CCU
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Win or Lose, Up The Blues!
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06 Oct 2019 20:54 #713 by Laffy
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Christ-reminds me of the walk on to the Valley Blanche at the top of Aguilles Midi in Chamonix-horrible walk

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07 Oct 2019 11:05 #714 by Yorkie Blue
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Helvellyn from Wythburn down Swirral Edge and Up Striding Edge.
A stiff cool breeze and slippery damp rock made it at bit trickier than normal.
My youngests first go on the Edges he loved it
Not as good a day weather-wise as you Yorkie mind.


That`d be a good old re-ascent of Helvellyn Alan, you`d have lost a few hundred feet there dropping off the top to go back up Striding Edge.


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16 Oct 2019 14:10 - 16 Oct 2019 14:11 #715 by newcarlislefan
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Not been so well past few months so great to see the photos on here of people out on the fells – a real tonic. On the mend again so managed to get a good few walks in recently.
First two are on Graystones above Lorton. Not an area I know well but very beautiful and very quiet. The photos show the Vale of Lorton and the Loweswater Fells and then Whinlatter and some of the Grasmoor group.
A really lovely spot, not a soul about really and a good area to wander about in the shorter days. I had a walk across to Broom Fell and Lords seat. Grassy easy walking and so peaceful.
Next 6 are from Borrowdale and a walk from Rosthwaite up onto Eagle Crag, then onto Seargant’s Crag and back around to Stonethwaite by Greenup Edge.
What a fantastic walk this was. Beautiful valley walking to begin with great views of Borrowdale and Langstrathdale when on top with a nice little scramble up through the rock on Eagle Crag.
As the days shorten I think the walk along Greenup Edge from Stonethwaite through to Grasmere would be a nice lower level walk.
Second from last is from Ling Fell looking across Sale Fell, Bassenthwaite and the Northern Fells. Such an easy walk and went up with my daughter.
Last 1 is from the Skiddaw foothills, coming down off the tops in the early evening.
Great to get out and about again and nothing quite like being in the hills.
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16 Oct 2019 18:42 #716 by Alan
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Nice shots Ncf sorry to here you've been unwell but great to see your now putting the miles in .
How did you find Eagle Crag btw my first go went a tad wrong I headed too far left on way up and in ended up a very tricky painful Scramble :-D lessons have been learnt since.
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16 Oct 2019 18:51 #717 by Zebby
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Glad your on the mend NCF

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17 Oct 2019 08:55 - 17 Oct 2019 08:57 #718 by newcarlislefan
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Alan wrote: Nice shots Ncf sorry to here you've been unwell but great to see your now putting the miles in .
How did you find Eagle Crag btw my first go went a tad wrong I headed too far left on way up and in ended up a very tricky painful Scramble :-D lessons have been learnt since.


Funnily enough, Alan, I went wrong as well but even before that!
I crossed over Stonethwaite Beck and started walking on the path towards Langstrathdale before realising I'd gone too far.
It's not an obvious path up to the crag so easily missed.
If you follow the drystone wall up after you've crossed the beck - it's almost opposite the sheepfolds on the other side of the beck. Hopefully the photo makes it clear looking back down towards the beck.
It was blowing a gale on the top so I tried to get down through the rock for some shelter and you do have to be careful - a bit hairy in places with a bit of exposure. Quite a good scramble going up but not easy going down.
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17 Oct 2019 08:56 #719 by newcarlislefan
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Zebby wrote: Glad your on the mend NCF


Thanks lads
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17 Oct 2019 12:18 #720 by Wukkie
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You timed it right heading for Broom Fell walk if you don't like lots of folk about because in the Summer that place is heaving.

Funnily enough you's two are not the only ones to go wrong on Eagle Crag as the second time MRF and I ever went hiking we took the wrong route too. (All his fault btw as he was chief navigator) and we ended up scrambling up to very large and steepish boulders. We had three Jack Russells with us and when I saw two of them do a 360 degrees turn that was enough for me as I was struggling to get up myself. He only took about six years to admi that we took the wrong route!
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27 Oct 2019 18:38 #721 by Laffy
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Cycled to Mawbray today to photo this-most beautiful view in the world

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27 Oct 2019 19:07 #722 by Mullen103
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Laffy wrote: Cycled to Mawbray today to photo this-most beautiful view in the world

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Shame we can’t see it but a lovely place.

Not sure if you knew her, but Mary from the shore (with the donkeys) past away last week. Lived there 60 years so must of been there when you were.

The whole place has changed in 5-10 years!

At least we’re not Stockport

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27 Oct 2019 19:16 #723 by Laffy
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What’s your email address and I can send the photos on for you to upload-I cant seem to do it

Yes I remember Mary and the donkeys-and the best ice cream in Cumbria across the road
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27 Oct 2019 19:35 #724 by Mullen103
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Laffy wrote: What’s your email address and I can send the photos on for you to upload-I cant seem to do it

Yes I remember Mary and the donkeys-and the best ice cream in Cumbria across the road


It’s This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - Admin: you don’t have to delete it’s one of many I have.

Ice cream was lovely, so was/is the cheese.

At least we’re not Stockport
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27 Oct 2019 19:47 #725 by melbourneblues
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Ice cream was lovely, so was/is the cheese.

I won’t ask.

Mullen is a virgin.

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27 Oct 2019 20:06 #726 by Mullen103
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melbourneblues wrote: Ice cream was lovely, so was/is the cheese.

I won’t ask.


I 1st tasted ice cream in Mawbray, but that’s another story. Recommend the cheese lovely and crumbly.

At least we’re not Stockport

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28 Oct 2019 13:54 #727 by Mullen103
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Laffy's photos

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28 Oct 2019 14:04 #728 by ParcelPete
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As much as i love Cumbria it's hardly Phang Nga Bay.

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28 Oct 2019 21:51 #729 by Laffy
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No it’s not but it’s 25 miles from Carlisle, not 10,000

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28 Oct 2019 22:45 #730 by High Street
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Wife and l got engaged on Allonby beach. Ice cream followed by a pint in the Ship to celebrate.
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05 Nov 2019 13:26 #731 by newcarlislefan
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A few pics from a wonderful few days out walking.
Met up with some friends on their last day of walking the Dales Way, walking from Kendal to Bowness.
Nice easy walking, about 10 miles, I think.
Particularly nice walking along the River Kent around Burneside and Staveley and then as you get onto some higher ground and can see Lakeland ahead of you.
I forgot my camera for this but have put a few up of some beautiful walks in the Northern Fells.
Mainly, it belted down incessantly but what better place to be even on miserable days? When the clouds do clear you see glimpses of heaven.
Spent 2 days walking along and above the Wythop valley. A beautiful place, just off the A66 yet a world away from all the worries of life. Been doing a bit of walking around here recently and it's really lovely place. Not great heights but very peaceful.
The valley floor with it's wood, hidden chapel, wildlife and peace and quiet is a joy to wander around in.
Above the valley, on Sale, Broom Fell, Lords Seat, Barf or on Ling Fell gets you into the clouds with wonderful views and vistas when the rain does ease!
Particularly on Broom Fell the views across to the Loweswater fells are stunning and from Lords Seat there's a good view down across Barf and up to Skiddaw.
Ling Fell and Sale Fell are particularly good places to be if you are short of time and you can be on the tops in 30-45 mins.
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05 Nov 2019 20:08 #732 by Alan
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Great shots NCF you really are enjoying our fine county and what's not to like.
Great description of Broom fell and it's views of Loweswater btw
that area of the Lakes is superb and still a bit of a hidden gem, have you done Low Fell Ncf? has one of the best views around one of my after work go to fells in the summer months followed by a swift pint of gold from Kirkstile afterwards.



Wishing I could get out be still struggling after a bout of flu I got 4 weeks ago missing Great Gable remembrance this Sunday too.
Looking at next week for starting to build milage up again.
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06 Nov 2019 16:09 #733 by Wukkie
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Wythop Valley is a hidden gem so must be kept quiet. Hoping to get out to Bannerdale&Bowscale fells tomorra weather permitting. I was out round Ennerdale Water last week but only for a short walk.
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06 Nov 2019 16:48 #734 by Laffy
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Rode to Old Sandfield Monday-family from there.Fantastic place.

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07 Nov 2019 09:50 #735 by newcarlislefan
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Great shots, Alan.
Don't know Low Fell or those fells around Loweswater that well but funnily enough they are next on the list.
I've walked some of those fells and neighbouring ones from the Newlands and Borrowdale side but not from the West.
And whenever we are at The Kirkstile Inn - what a great pub - those fells look magnificent.
I did walk up Haystacks from Buttermere last year and that was fantastic.
The other place I'm hoping to spend some time is over toward Mardale. I took my daughter to look at the remains of the village last Summer when it was dry and the fells around Haweswater looked stunning.
I've always wanted to have a few days wandering around High Street, Mardale Ill Bell, Kidsty Pike and Nan Bield but it's always been a bit off route.
Work and health permitting the plan is a few nights at the Haweswater Hotel or camping out if the weather is decent.
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07 Nov 2019 09:50 #736 by newcarlislefan
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Wukkie wrote: Wythop Valley is a hidden gem so must be kept quiet. Hoping to get out to Bannerdale&Bowscale fells tomorra weather permitting. I was out round Ennerdale Water last week but only for a short walk.


Did you manage to get out, Wukkie?

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07 Nov 2019 12:15 #737 by BelleVueBoy
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NCF, one of my favs is the route up Riggindale Crag Straits/ridge (where Golden Eagles used to nest until quite recently) and onto top of High Street, Mardale Ill Bell and then down by think it is Small Water. Couple of best tarns in Lakes.
www.walkingenglishman.com/lakes46.html
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07 Nov 2019 15:25 #738 by Wukkie
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Unfortunately not so it'll have to wait until next week now. My advice is if you want to do the fells around Loweswater would be to do them when the Summer rush is on in the centre around Keswick way to escape from the crowds if you don't like having to queue.

Those were the fells I started walking last year when I returned to Fell Walking after a few years break. I was nearly blew off the edge of Low Fell looking towards the Lake. There were also some fell ponies up there which I'd never encountered before on my walks.
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07 Nov 2019 16:50 #739 by Yorkie Blue
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BelleVueBoy wrote: NCF, one of my favs is the route up Riggindale Crag Straits/ridge (where Golden Eagles used to nest until quite recently) and onto top of High Street, Mardale Ill Bell and then down by think it is Small Water. Couple of best tarns in Lakes.
www.walkingenglishman.com/lakes46.html


Aye, there`s some great walks round there BV Boy, a few photos of that walk taken a couple of years ago about this time of year.

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Might just whet NCF`s appetite for a bit of an explore in that area.


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09 Nov 2019 14:45 #740 by Wukkie
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Never been round that way myself but they are on the list.

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17 Nov 2019 18:07 #741 by Alan
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Dipping my toes into Coniston area now.
Holme Fell this morning.
Small Fell Great Views.








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17 Nov 2019 18:44 #742 by ParcelPete
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I hope you took Marko with you otherwise how do we know its not all lies.
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17 Nov 2019 19:18 #743 by Bumble
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Some fantastic colours in the leaves and fells at the moment. I've got a new camera and am battling to get the hang of it, so have been out and about a bit.

You don't have to go far to see real beauty.
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17 Nov 2019 19:40 #744 by Alan
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Bumble wrote: Some fantastic colours in the leaves and fells at the moment. I've got a new camera and am battling to get the hang of it, so have been out and about a bit.

You don't have to go far to see real beauty.


There's somthing about the drive drive to Coniston /Langdale this time of the year the fells after you pass Keswick light up with colour Rydal this Morning was stunning Thirlmere too.

Lovely time of year tbh.
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18 Nov 2019 16:50 #745 by Yorkie Blue
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A couple of days hillwalking in the Cairngorms near Braemar with a few mates at the back end of last week.

Derry Cairngorm and Ben Macdui.

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Brrrrrrrrrr, decent weather but cold though, winter already well established up there.


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24 Nov 2019 22:07 #746 by Alan
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We had a bit of a mooch round Thirlmere this morning two mini climbs.
Raven Crag (fogged out summit)
Harrop Tarn.







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25 Nov 2019 07:02 #747 by melbourneblues
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I hope they’re your photos Alan :-)

Mullen is a virgin.
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01 Dec 2019 16:01 #748 by Alan
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From Thirlmere Dam to High Tove a bonny Saturday morning.
Sunglasses weather B:



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