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2008 10 16 - The Knott, Rampsgill Head and High Raise (Martindale) and Brock Crags with Paul D.

We parked at Cow Bridge and set off through Hartsop village towards Hayeswater Reservoir via the filter house. It was a day of mixed weather with sunshine and showers and a cold wind on High Raise. Visibility was mostly excellent however, and the walk across Satura Crag to Brock Crags was particularly enjoyable. Not so enjoyable was the steep section of footpath on loose stones through the woods towards Angletarn Beck. A leisurely pint of 'Wainwright' at the Kirkstone Pass Inn perfectly completed the day.

 

Looking down Hayeswater Gill

 

The filter house

 

Looking up Hayeswater Gill

 

Hayeswater Reservoir outlet

 

High Raise (Martindale) in the distance with the crags of Rampsgill Head to the right

 

The Knott summit with Fairfield in shadow beyond

 

Looking towards the Dodds from The Knott

 

Rest Dodd and The Nab

 

Towards Rampsgill Head

 

Ramps Gill from Rampsgill Head

 

The crags below Rampsgill Head with Rest Dodd to the right

 

Approaching the summit of High Raise

 

The summit cairn and shelter

 

Towards the Dodds again

 

Towards Wether Hill

 

Kidsty Pike with Branstree in the distance

 

The path to Satura Crags

 

Rest Dodd from Satura Crags

 

Rainbow over Beda Fell

 

The summit of Brock Crags

 

Angletarn Pikes and the tarn

 

Gray Crag

 

Brock Crags summit

 

Cloud and sunshine on Brothers Water

 

Brothers Water on the descent to Hartsop

 

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