The Lake District Mountains



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24-07-2023 - Brock Crags, Beda Fell and Angletarn Pikes with Alison, Ana and Jack


Another start from the car park at Cow Bridge from where we headed to Hartsop village. Despite the recent heavy rain the forecast promised a dry afternoon and we were hopeful of getting to Beda Head and back without a soaking. As it happened, although we had little if any sunshine we also had not a drop of rain. It was a fabulous walk with excellent, clear views  and everybody thoroughly enjoyed it.

Along the well worn path from Hartsop village


The Knott in the distance


Towards St Sunday Crag


Dove Crag, Hart Crag and Fairfield along the skyline


Gray Crag and Caudale Moor


Brock Crags summit with Ana and Jack


Angle Tarn with St Sunday Crag, Helvellyn and Catstycam beyond


Angle Tarn again



Angletarn Pikes. Our path to Beda Fell takes us to the right of the crags



Place Fell



The Nab



Approaching Beda Fell summit and looking back along the path 



The summit looking towards Ullswater on both sides of Hallin Fell



Leaving Beda Head



 Heading for Angletarn Pikes



Brothers Water from Angletarn Pikes


Hayeswater reservoir, High Street and Gray Crag



Heading back down