|Walk:||Lamplugh Green, Owsen Fell, Burnbank Fell, Blake Fell, Gavel Fell, High Pen, Low Pen, Felldyke|
|Start Point:||Lamplugh Green||Grid Ref:||NY 089 208|
|Distance:||7.5 miles||Ascent:||1,850 feet|
|Weather:||A warm, sunny day|
|Comments:||Walking from Lamplugh Green this walk was much pleasanter than the route we had taken previously from Crummock Water. Our first target was Owsen Fell, From where it was an easy walk on to Burnbanks, followed by a climb up to Blake Fell. Leaving this summit we had a long walk down before climbing again, this time up to Gavel Fell. Retracing our route for a little while we then made our way over High Pen and Low Pen. The route took us down through the forest to Cogra Moss before making our way through fields to our starting point.|
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From the start point our second Wainwright, Blake Fell, could be clearly seen
From Owsen Fell we had a good view across to the coast . . .
and on to Burnbank Fell
Burnbank Fell, with its 'straining post' at the fence corner . . .
where two crows put on a display . . .
as we stop for elevenses
The shelter on Blake Fell with the conical hill of Knock Murton behind
Gavel Fell . . .
from where we look back to Blake Fell
Descending from Low Pen Cogra Moss comes into view with Knock Murton to its left
At Dockray Nook a large cockerel 'rules the roost' . . .
and his lady friends have a chinwag
Owsen Fell from the end of the walk . . .
together with Blake Fell and Gavel Fell