Sunday, 28th October 2007


Walk: Dobgill, Harrop Tarn, Standing Crag, Ullscarf, High Raise, Sergeant Man, Calf Crag, Steel Fell, Dobgill
Start Point: Dobgill car park Grid Ref: NY 316 140
Distance:  11miles Ascent:  2,900feet
Weather: Clear and mild with some wind on the tops
Accompanied by:

Ray (leader), John D, Marie

Comments: A stiff climb through the woods and up the fell side to Standing Crag. Rather wet and boggy after a night of heavy rainfall.


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  Dobgill waterfall


Blea Tarn with Bassenthwaite on the far right


Derwentwater is just visible with Bassenthwaite stretching away into the distance


Looking over Maiden Moor to Causey Pike and Grisedale


Ullscarf with the Helvellyn to Great Dodd ridge on the horizon


High Raise trig point from the shelter, Skiddaw in the background


Sergeant Man - and friends


Helm Crag and Gibson Knott in the sun, Fairfield, Great Rigg, Helm Crag and Nab Scar on the horizon

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