Sunday, 27th May 2012
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Crossing Hayeswater Gill . . .
as the water sparkles in the sun . . .
and higher up the gill waterfalls can be found
The group takes a break . . .
with great views over Hayeswater Reservoir
Ian takes it easy on The Knott
Haweswater comes into view with Kidsty Pike on the left
The rocky outcrop of Kidsty Pike . . .
where the group enjoys another break . . .
and Ray points out something of interest . . .
and the group enjoys the views . . .
Relaxing on High Raise . . .
where Ian takes the group photo
Tony and Jenny take in the views from Rampsgill Head
Another climb takes us up to Rest Dodd . . .
where we regroup for the next part of the walk
Descending from Rest Dodd we find a grassy spot for lunch . . .
from where we can see Hayeswater which we passed earlier
Angle Tarn is always very photogenic
From the northern pike of the two Angletarn Pikes we have views to Brothers Water in one direction . . .
and to Glenridding and Ullswater in another direction
From the southern pike we have another view . . .
of Angle Tarn
Aren't birds clever!
Brock Crags provides yet another view of Angle Tarn with the Pikes to the left
As it is the last Wainwright of the day we take time out to enjoy the views and weather
Tony lends a hand as Kath takes a tumble . . .
but we finally get a group shot - the 'A' group that lasted the whole walk!