Sunday, 29th July 2007


Walk: Garsdale Head, East Baugh Fell, Garsdale Pike, Baugh Fell, Rawthey Gill Foot, East House, Garsdale Head
Start Point: Garsdale Head Grid Ref: SD 788 921
Distance:  11 miles Ascent:  2,200 feet
Weather: Patchy cloud but mainly sunny
Accompanied by:

Mike (leader), John D, John L, Ray, Mandy, Marie, Sheila

Comments: Quite a lot of rough walking over open moorland


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Aiming across to our coffee stop - on the horizon


Shetland ponies


and again


Front line march into the forest


Could nearly be Nine Standards Rigg


Good job the reeds aren't any taller


Looking into Whernside with the viaduct just visible in the centre of the picture


Coffee stop - who got here first?


Nameless tarn - and the two Johns


Lunch stop - John looks set for a spot of sun bathing


Group discussions around the trig point


The Howgills


The Lake District hills in the distance


East Tarn


Inspecting a lime kiln . . .


and another one


Whernside and Pen-y-Ghent


Is this someone's sense of humour


Clough Force


A final squeeze stile - no problem for Ray

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