|Walk:||Hayeswater Gill, Hayeswater, Satura Crag, Angle Tarn, Boredale Hause, Hartsop|
|Start Point:||Hartsop||Grid Reference:||NY 410 130|
|Distance:||6.5 miles||Ascent:||1,670 feet|
|Weather:||Overcast with a cold wind at times|
|Comments:||Taking Danni for a walk in the Lakes for the first time it was a shame that the day was overcast with some low mist on the high fells. After the initial climb, with a couple of steep sections, the route became more gentle with a few undualtions, giving time to enjoy the views. Leaving Boredale Hause, again an initial steep section needed some care before a pleasant track took us back to the car.|
Joe and Danni as we start the ascent . . .
and pause to check out the waterfalls . . .
but not a lot of water in them today
The rowan trees are full of bird food . . .
as the berries are ripe and ready to eat
Reaching Hayeswater . . .
a shaft of sun breals through to highlight the water . . .
and Dannis puts on a spurt to try to beat the camera
A lovely sheltered spot for lunch
A rocky outcrop provides a photo opportunity . . .
but Joe checks out a better one . . .
looking down the Martindale Valley . . .
so Danni joins him
Angle Tarn with Angletarn Pikes on the right . . .
and looking towards Brock Crags
Ullswater, where the ferry is just leaving . . .
to make its way to Howtown and Pooley Bridge
Descending from Boredale Hause . . .
and time for one last group shot