|Walk:||Hutton Roof Crags, Potslacks, Uberash Plain, Holmepark Fell, Farleton Knott, Whin Yeats, The Rakes, Hutton Roof, Hutton Roof Park|
|Start Point:||Burton-in-Kendal, Plain Quarry||Grid Reference:||SD 552 761|
|Distance:||9.6 miles||Ascent:||1,750 feet|
|Weather:||Sunny and mild|
|Comments:||Despite the recent heavy rain there were only a few muddy sections due to the limestone nature of this area. The variety of terrain made for a very interesting walk and the warmth felt in the sun was a bonus.|
The Lake District fell tops . . .
from Hutton Roof Crags . . .
where the trig point . . .
is the centre of attention
A narrow path leads through the limestone . . .
and the sun highlights the trees
Two belted galloways . . .
and one more
Holmepark Fell has large areas of limestone . . .
with many erratics . . .
of varying sizes . . .
as well as pillars of weathered limestone
Near the summit is a large area of limestone pavement
Marie and Sheila claim the summit . . .
as do I
Zooming in on Farleton Knott . . .
which has attracted an HF group
The cairn on Farleton Knott . . .
from where there are good views to the estuary
Posing at the cairn . . .
Looking back across to Holmepark Fell summit . . .
and towards the east
A pleasant green path - for a change!
The Rakes . . .
where Marie decides to check out . . .
a gap in the rocks
I bit far to walk to London
Looks like a family of four live here