A nice walk up to Easedale Tarn and then on to Blea Rigg and Silver How.
 

 

Date: 11th June 2009
Start Location: Grasmere
Time Started: 12:30
Duration: 7 hours
Distance: 14.1km - 8.76 Miles
Ascent (m/ft): 710m (2329ft)
Highest Point: Blea Rigg (541m/1775ft)
Parking: Car Parks at Grasmere
Weather: Sunny
Difficulty: Difficult
Grasmere - Sour Milk Gill - Easedale TarnBlea Rigg (57) (541m/1775ft)  - Silver How (58) (395m/1293ft) - Grasmere
 
 
 
Sour Milk Gill from the walk up to Easedale Tarn.
One of the many waterfalls along this part of the walk.
Looking back to Helm Crag and Fairfield.
Tarn Crag and Easedale Tarn.
Easedale Tarn, and our route just visible past Belles Knott.
Tarn Crag.
Easedale Tarn and Fairfield.
Enjoying the view back to Easedale Tarn.
Belles Knott.
Helm Crag in the sun with Fairfield and Great Rigg in the background.
Getting a bit rockier the nearer we get to Belles Knott.
Quick pit stop with a superb view.
Codale Tarn.
Two tarns in one view. Codale Tarn and Easedale Tarn.
And a third, Stickle Tarn. Harrison Stickle and Pavey Ark towering above.
Pike O'Blisco.
The Langdale Pikes.
Great Langdale.
Posing with a view down to Bays Brown campsite.
Our tent is down there somewhere...
Windermere and Elter Water.
Another view of Easedale Tarn and the Helvellyn Range.
An unnamed tarn with Fairfield in the Background.
Crinkle Crags, Bowfell and the Langdale Pikes.
Seat Sandal, Fairfield and Great Rigg towering above Grasmere.
Windermere.
Grasmere, Rydal Water and Loughrigg Fell with Windermere to the right.
Windermere.
A superb view from Silver How today.
A panoramic photo from the summit of Silver How. Click image to see larger version.
Decending down to Grasmere, Loughrigg Fell infront.
A last view to Grasmere and Rydal Water.