I’m really pleased to be published in Decembers edition of the BBC Countryfile magazine. My Castlerigg Dawn photo was selected amongst other great photos of Cumbria for a several page feature. Here you can see more info on this photo in my Gallery.
2013 Photo Display in Grasmere
A walk around Buttermere
The Mining Hut
Coniston Old Man
Loughrigg Fell from Rydal
Haystacks and the High Stile Ridge
Great Gable From Honister Slate Mine
Helvellyn via Striding Edge
Posts Tagged ‘Keswick’
Catbells is well regarded as a family friendly Fell in the Northern Lake District. Popular with families based in Keswick, this moderately sized fell offers a great half day walk for everyone. Great views over Derwent Water and Keswick to the East and the Newlands Valley with Causey Pike and Crag Hill to the West. Bassenthwaite Lake is to the North just below the Western slopes of Skiddaw.
Blencathra is a fine fell in the North of the Lake District, a large rolling mass that looks smooth and friendly from most angles. Sharp Edge is a relatively short ridge that joins the eastern side the Blencathra’s summit with Scales Tarn below. You get a brief glimpse of sharp edge from the A66 at the foot of Blencathra.