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Sunday, February 19, 2006

A walk above Grasmere - in beautiful sunshine

The weather today was amazing - much better than it should have been for February. So I took the opportunity to do something new, and longer than I have been walking of late. A walk up Silver How from Grasmere, and along the ridge to Blea Rigg before coming down to Easedale Tarn and back to Grasmere through Easedale. Perhaps in the summer, when there's more light (and perhaps more energy in me) I can do the same thing across to Stickle Tarn and the Langdale Pikes - hadn't realised how close to Grasmere they really were.

Anyhow, some photos from today - taken on the mobile phone as someone from work has my camera for 'work stuff'.

Route up Silver How

Thr route up Silver How from Grasmere

View from Silver How

The view of Grasmere from Silver How


Looking across to a snow-capped Helvellyn

Sourmilk Gill

One of the waterfalls of Sourmilk Gill above Easedale

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Hi! I'm Paul - and as you might have guessed I live in the Lakes. I work up here (or down here if you're Scottish) in PR type stuff.

Much of my spare time is spent on the fells - an avid hiker in one of the best places in the country for it.

Bit of a Radio 4 junkie, and a fan of the jazz of the likes of Jamie Cullum and Peter Cincotti. Not sure what that says about me!


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