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27 04 2004 - Brown Pike, Buck Pike, Dow Crag and Old Man of Coniston with Paul D


The weather forecast wasn't encouraging with heavy rain expected. It was cloudy and misty for most of the walk but apart from a few specks of rain on the tops, the day was mostly dry. The clouds even lifted now and then to allow us to get some reasonable photographs.


Brown Pike and Buck Pike from the Walna Scar Road


The shelter on the Walna Scar Road


Looking back to Walna Scar, White Maiden and White Pike from the path up Brown Pike


Buck Pike from Brown Pike summit


Blind Tarn from Brown Pike


Buck Pike and Dow Crag looming nearer


Brown Pike and Blind Tarn


Goat's Water from the ridge to Dow Crag


Approaching Dow Crag


Looking down Easy Gully


On the summit of Dow Crag (Photo Paul D)


The trig point on the Old Man with Brim Fell behind


 Coniston Old Man summit cairn and platform


Going down to Low Water


Wetherlam from further down the path


The old winding house


Slate and steel cable in the quarry


Looking back up the track that leads down to the car park