|Walk:||High Row, Old Coach Road, Clough Head, Great Dodd, Stybarrow Dodd, Hart Side, Birkett Fell|
|Start Point:||Dockray Bridge||Grid Reference:||NY 393 215|
|Distance:||13 miles||Ascent:||2,900 feet|
|Weather:||Some sunny spells but intermittent heavy showers and rumbling thunder|
|Comments:||Very changeable weather meant that the camera was in and out of the bag and it was on and off with the waterproofs. None of the downpours lasted too long so didn't detract too much from the enjoyment of the walk.|
The distinctive shape of Great Mell Fell from the Old Coach Road . . .
and looking towards White Pike
A sultry-looking Blencathra
Clough Head from Great Dodd with Skiddaw and Blencathra on the horizon
The Helvellyn range from the shelter on Great Dodd
After a heavy shower low cloud . . .
hovers in the Glenridding Valley
The top end of Ullswater from Hart Crag, as it is named on some maps . . .
but on other maps it is named as . . .
The southern end of Ullswater . . .
and zooming in to the tree line
The northern end of Ullswater from further along the path . . .
and looking back again to the southern end