The Lake District Mountains



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09 11-2009 - Angletarn Pikes, Satura Crag and Brock Crags.


First trip up to the lakes for nearly 3 months but it was a beautiful day with with blue skies, few clouds and no rain.


Place Fell from the path to Side Farm


Sheffield Pike from the path to Boredale Hause


St Sunday Crag with Helvellyn behind


Place Fell, a glimpse of Ullswater and Blencathra on the skyline


Angle Tarn Pikes summit (the northern top)


The summit again with the flat top of Fairfield in the distance on the right


From near the summit looking towards Loadpot Hill


Angle Tarn with High Raise, Rest Dodd, Rampsgill Head, The Knott and High Street beyond


And the view towards Fairfield, St Sunday Crag and Helvellyn


The lower top of Angle Tarn Pikes with the pointed Catstycam in the back ground


The view down Bannerdale from near Satura Crag


The Nab, centre.


Along the path to Brock Crag, looking towards the Dodds


Approaching Brock Crags


Towards Angletarn Pikes from  Brock Crags summit


Gray Crag from Brock Crags


Brock Crags looking to Rest Dodd


Angle Tarn


The lower top of Angletarn Pikes


The higher top from the lower top