A short evening walk up to Loughrigg Fell.


Date: 14th September 2009
Start Location: Wrynose Pass
Time Started: 10:00
Duration: 4 hours 10 Minutes
Distance: 8.4km / 5.22 Miles
Ascent (m/ft): 650m (2132ft)
Highest Point: Swirl How (802m/2631ft)
Parking: Roadside at Wrynose Pass
Weather: Partly Cloudy
Difficulty: Moderate
Wrynose Pass - Wet Side Edge - Hell Gill Pike (662m/2172ft) - Little Carrs (692m/2270ft)Great Carrs (84) (785m/2575ft)Swirl How (802m/2631ft) - Grey Friar (85) (770m/2526ft) - Wet Side Edge - Wrynose Pass
Wrynose Pass.
Lingmoor Fell.
Pike O'Blisco.
Cold Pike.
The view over to Hard Knott Pass, with Harter Fell on the left.
Harter Fell.
The wonderfull Little Langdale Tarn.
Red Tarn and Pike O'Blisco.
Crinkle Crags.
Great Carrs.
Greenburn and Little Langdale.
The Scafells under thick cloud.
Swirl How.
Wetherlam and Black Sails.
The Langdale Pikes.
Dow Crag.
Brim Fell and Coniston Old Man.
Harter Fell.
The Scafells.
Grey Friar - out last stop.
Black Combe.
The memorial to the planes that crashed here.
Swirl How Summit Cairn.
The lakeland fells from Swirl How.
Scafells now free of cloud.
Great Carrs.
Coniston Water from Swirl How.
Plane wreckage on Great Carrs.
Coniston Old Man and Brim Fell.
Grey Friar.
The awesome Matterhorn Rock on Grey Friar.
The summit cairn on Grey Friar.
Scafells panoramic.
Harter Fell.
Black Combe from Grey Friar.
Dow Crag.
Brim Fell and Coniston Old Man.
Three Shire Stone.