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25 01 2007 - Dollywaggon Pike, High Crag and Nethermost Pike with Paul D


We set off up Raise Beck from Dunmail Raise with the promise of sunshine and clear views. We were not disappointed. We had blue skies and good visibility all the way despite some high clouds and the ice-cold winds on the tops. There were superb views of snow-covered St Sunday Crag, Fairfield and Seat Sandal, not to mention Striding Edge with a procession of walkers strung out along its back making their careful progress towards Helvellyn's summit. We descended via Comb Crags to conclude an excellent walk.


Looking up Raise Beck near the start of the walk


Looking back down to Dunmail Raise


Grisedale Tarn and Fairfield


High Street in the distance


Climbing up to Dollywaggon Pike


St Sunday Crag


Looking towards Ullswater and Place Fell


Fairfield and Great Rigg


High Crag, Nethermost Pike and the top of Helvellyn from Dollywaggon Pike's summit


Towards High Crag


High Crag's summit




The flat top of Nethermost Pike stretching into the distance


The summit  - I think!


Helvellyn and Striding Edge


Setting off down again


Skiddaw in the distance


Looking back up to Comb Crags