A Circuit of Buttermere
Date: 28th January 2018 Distance: 8.26km (5.13 Miles) Parking: National Trust Car Park
Start Location: Buttermere Ascent (m/ft): 130m (427ft) Weather:

Cloudy

Time Started: 11:20 Highest Point: N/A Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 2 Hours 51 Minutes        
Route: A circuit of Buttermere

The weather was set to rather horrible today, with very strong winds on the summits and thick cloud down to low levels so where better to walk than at Buttermere and around its beautiful lake.

The walk was a delight and remained dry throughout so it was lovely to get some views on a day like today!


Robinson towering over Buttermere village and lost in the cloud.

A little view of Crummock Water.


Sour Milk Gill tumbling down the fellside from Bleaberry Tarn.


Sourmilk Gill.

Long distance views down the lake.

Bare trees along the lake shore.

Buttermere Dubs almost overflowing.

Following the lakeshore path towards Fleetwith Pike.

A view back to Rannerdale Knotts.

The cloud level roughly equal to High Snockrigg on the left.


Comb Beck Waterfalls.


Approaching the southern end of the lake.

Warnscale Beck.

Haystacks in the thick cloud.

Fleetwith pike.

The view up Warnscale Bottom to Haystacks.

A view up the lake to Mellbreak.

The famous Buttermere Pines not looking their best today...


Loved this tree rooting into the craggy rocks.


The short tunnel along the lakeshore.

The lakeshore at Dalegarth.

Snowdrops in Buttermere.

A final photo showing the tiny village church.