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2007 02 21 - The Knott, Rampsgill Head and Kidsty Pike.

My aim today was to get to the top of Kidsty Pike which I hadn't done before. It was very damp and cloudy but at least there was no heavy rain or strong cold winds. The low cloud became more of a problem on Rampsgill Head but fortunately it lifted a little as I approached Kidsty Pike. One or two of the photos seem a little out of focus which is a bit disappointing. Nevertheless it was satisfying to have been on Kidsty Pike's summit at last. I had another excellent pint of Hawkshead Bitter at the Kirkstone Pass Inn to round off the day.

 

A derelict cottage near the start of the walk with Hartsop Dodd behind

 

The Knott in cloud

 

Hayeswater Reservoir outlet

 

Rest Dodd and The Nab

 

Looking towards Wether Hill

 

The crags of Rampsgill Head (with High Raise to the left) from the Knott's summit

 

Rampsgill Head summit

 

Looking down Rampsgill Beck from the northern cairn

 

Approaching Kidsty Pike

 

Kidsty Pike summit looking across Riggindale

 

Looking across Haweswater to Selside Pike

 

Kidsty Pike summit again looking towards a cloudy High Street

 

Looking towards the Straights of Riggindale from the path back to Rampsgill Head

 

Looking down on Hartsop and Brothers Water

 

Back at the derelict cottage and looking up Pasture Beck towards Threshthwaite Mouth

 

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