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Walking in Cumbria and Beyond

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After some horrendous rain and wind sunshine returned to Cumbria.

Amazingly  forecast for Thursday, and arrived on Thursday!

So, with the whole of Cumbria to choose from; where to go?

St Sunday Crag was one of the first hills I went up when returning to live in Cumbria, five years ago, and I’d not been up since.


Plus, still keen and enthusiastic after my ML training last week, a route over Arnison Crag and Birks would provided lots of little lumps and bumps to try to navigate myself to.


View from Anison Crag

It was a bit of slog up the slope to Birks from Arnison, the contours were a bit close together.



From Birks the main route up to St Sunday looked a bit grey, steep and boring so just to be a bit different, I skirted round Gavel Moss and then up the side of Gavel Pike.  Steep but grass and softer on the needs than the well worn straight up track.


Oxford Crag

Debated whether to go up Fairfield or not but by late afternoon, I was rather late starting, the wind had got up and beginning to batter me about a bit, so I just after Deepdale Hause I continued the descent to Grisdale Tarn


Grisedale Tarn

and plodded back to Patterdale.


A 9 mile afternoon stroll.


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