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 29-03-2019-- Brock Crags, Beda Fell and Angletarn Pikes with Richard and Poppy


We parked at Cow Bridge and set off for Brock Crag via Hartsop. It was very cold and misty to begin with but things soon improved and apart from some wind at times on the tops the weather turned out to be very good in the circumstances.

10.5 miles walked with 2,700 feet of ascent.


Cow Bridge over Goldrill Beck


Brock Crags


Looking back towards St Sunday Crag with Fairfield in cloud


Gray Crag looking magnificent!


The Knott with Hayeswater, and High Street shrouded in cloud


Zooming in on Brock Crag summit


Approaching the summit


Brock Crag summit with Helvellyn behind


And looking down to Brothers Water


Angle Tarn


Angle Tarn again with Helvellyn on the skyline


Towards Beda Head in the distance


The Nab with Loadpot Hill in the distance


Looking back the way we came with Gray Crag


Towards Place Fell


Beda Head getting closer


Towards Heck Crag


Beda Head summit with Ullswater in the distance


Towards Gowbarrow Fell and the Mell Fells from Beda Head


On the way back and approaching the northern top of Angletarn Pikes


The summit of Angletarn Pikes with part of Brothers Water in the background


Near the summit again


Richard and Poppy on the southern top


Angle Tarn


The Northern top from the southern top with Place Fell behind


Poppy at the northern top


Gray Crag from somewhere near the top of Calf Gate Gill


The Knott, Hayeswater and Gray Crag once more