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110101Looking northeast during the climb onto Carrock Fell
110102Cross Fell and Dun Fell from Carrock Fell
110103Sheep fold on the approach to the summit of Carrock Fell
110104The summit of Carrock Fell
110105Looking east from Miton Hill to Carrock Fell
110106The shooting hut on Great Lingy Hill
110107Mosedale from Great Lingy Hill
110108High Pike and Carrock Fell from the slopes of Knott
110109Looking back from Grainsgill Beck towards the shooting hut
110110Coomb Height from Mosedale
110111Great Calva from Mosedale
110112Mosedale looking west towards Coomb Height
110802King's How from the slopes of Jopplety How
110803Skiddaw provides a majestic background to Derwentwater
110901The fells around Mardale Head have many drystone walls
110902Haweswater Reservoir from the summit of Harter Fell
110903Descent from Nan Bield Pass to Mardale Head
111001Angletarn from the South Summit of the Angletarn Pikes
111101Sourmilk Gill tumbles down from Easedale Tarn
111102Ridge to Gibson Knott & Helm Crag, Calf Crag
111103The summit rocks of Helm Crag with Steel Fell behind
111201Ennerdale seen from the flanks of Great Gable
111202Wasdale from Westmorland Cairn on Great Gable
111203Styhead Tarn & Seathwaite Fell from Great Gable
111204Storm clouds threaten in this view of Great Gable
111401Looking down on Lingmell from the slopes of Scafell Pike
111402Great Gable from Scafell Pike above Lingmell Col
111403On the summit of Scafell Pike with my wife, Olwen
111404Looking back to the summit of Scafell Pike
111405The approach to Styhead Tarn from Seathwaite
112001Grisedale Pike from Causey Pike
112002Mine working in Coledale & Grisedale Pike
112003View from Barrow to Derwentwater
112004View of Outerside from Barrow Door
112005View of Skiddaw from near Braithwaite
112401The ascent path from the road to Beacon Tarn
112402Looking back to Coniston Water on the way up to Beacon Tarn
112403Crossing Slatestone Fell on the way to Beacon Tarn
112404Beacon Tarn & Old Man & Dow Crag
112405Beacon Tarn from the foot of the Beacon
112406The view south to the Cumbria Coast from the Beacon
112407Beacon summit & Old Man of Coniston
112408Summit of the Beacon & Coniston Water
112409View north from the Beacon
112410View north from the Beacon showing descent path
112411Stable Harvey with Fairfield dominant in the background
112412The lane leading from Stable Harvey to the main road
112601Great Gable viewed from the lane heading east up Wasdale
112602The shapely outline of Pillar from Wasdale Head
113201The path from Red Tarn climbs steadily across the fellside
113202Crinkle Crags provide great walking in Langdale
113203The Band with Oxendale, left, & Mickleden, right
113401Landscape near Tilberthwaite
113402Low Tilberthwaite provides a good view of Wetherlam
113403Climbing alongside Yewdale Beck you get good views north
113404Wetherlam Edge is a Lake District highlight
113405Wetherlam provides superb views in all directions
113406Looking north from Wetherlam
114101The Cumbria Way by the River Brathay from Rob Rash Woods
114102River Brathay at Skelwith Bridge.

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