Walk Information:

Walna Scar Car Park - Low Water - Coniston Old Man (8) (803m/2635ft) - Brim Fell (9) (796m/2612ft) - Great How (770m/2526ft) - Swirl How (10) (802m/2632ft) - Prison Band - Levers Water - Walna Scar Car Park


11.7km (7.27 Miles) Time: 6 Hours Time Started: 11:30
Ascent: 875m (2871ft) Highest Point: Coniston Old Man (803m/2634ft)
Weather: Mostly Cloudy - Base around 750m Walkers: James
Comments: The original plan was to head straight up and down The Old Man, but once at the top we changed our minds and continued north over Brim Fell to Swirl How and then headed back.
The 'tourist path' up Conison Old Man.
Old mine workings ofthe Coniston Copper Mines.
The path passes through a large section of the old mine workings.
Low Water to the left, Levers Water just visible to the right and thats Wetherlam in the cloud.
Coniston Water and Morcambe Bay.
Black Combe beyond the cloud.
A view down to Low Water, Levers Water and the Coniston Copper Mines.
It was blowing a hooley up here today.
Levers Water and Coniston Water.
Seathwaite Tarn and the pointed peak of Harter Fell.
Conison Old Man and Brim Fell.
Dow Crag.
Coniston Old Man and Brim Fell from Swirl How.
Coniston and Levers Water on the descent down Prison Band.
The sparkling waters of Levers Water with Coniston old Man and Brim Fell behind.