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Cogra Moss Reservoir, With Blake Fell

Blake Fell

Blake Fell is a hill in the Western part of the English Lake District. It is the highest point of the Loweswater Fells, an area of low grassy hills with steep sides overlooking the lake of Loweswater. The fell...
Crag Fell: Having checked the Lake District weather forecast this was looking  to be a promising walk, with strong sunlight and zero precipitation... but with a 70% chance of low cloud above 400 metres. Crag Fell stands at 523 metres. I decided...
Splendid Views: This was a really enjoyable walk in glorious weather. The route took me on a circuit of the lake, through woods and grazing land and offered up splendid views of the surrounding hills. Ennerdale Water is a glacial lake...
Sparkling Coast: This was a brilliant coastal walk, with dramatic cliff-tops and awe inspiring views of hundreds, upon hundreds of nesting birds. The route I took was one way - from Whitehaven to my home at Moor Row. There are...
The Shining River: Each week, I will post a photograph as part of a challenge from the Daily Post – you are invited to participate. This week, the challenge is entitled, Heritage! Please show me your interpretation of the subject by...
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Dent Fell

The Back Of Dent: Dent Fell is one of my favourite walks. It's right on my doorstep, towering over the local community. As a child I was often left intrigued by the local phrase of "the back of Dent". What...

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