A lovely walk around Buttermere.
Date: 16th September 2016 Distance: 9.42km (5.85 Miles) Parking: National Trust Car Park
Start Location: Buttermere Ascent (m/ft): 200m (656ft) Weather:

Constantly Changing

Time Started: 11:30 Highest Point: N/A Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 2 Hours 54 Minutes        
Route: A circuit of Buttermere

Just out of the car park and there is a view up to High Snockrigg next to Robinson.

Fleetwith Pike and Haystacks at the far end of Buttermere.

All is grey and cloudy down by the lake shore.

In the opposite direction Mellbreak is getting some sunshine.

As well as the fells around Grasmoor.

Whiteless Pike.

Lovely sunshine on Robinson and High Snockrigg.

Perhaps the weather is going to stay like this for the rest of the day?

The North Western Fells across Buttermere.


A great view from here down the lake.

And across the lake too towards Robinson.

Fleetwith Pike.

High Crag up from Comb Beck.

Comb Beck.

Almost at the end of the lake now with a great view to Fleetwith Pike and into Warnscale.


High Crag and High Stile.

High Crag and High Stile from across the lake. Thats Comb Beck between the two.

A final view back to Fleetwith Pike and Haystacks.

Entering the tunnel...

Haystacks remaining in the sunshine.