I’ve just returned from an excellent weekend dash up to Cumbria. To delay the inevitable chore of having to unload the car and hang up damp kit to dry I thought I post a few snaps.
Day 1: Wild camp after a Day 0 dash up the M6. We were practicing minimum impact even if others hadn’t.
Day 1: On the way down to the saddle at Threshthwaite Mouth, looking south to Troutbeck Park. Check out the fantastic glacial U-shaped valley of the left. The misfit stream Hagg Gill glimmers in the fleeting sun.
Day 1: Looking northeast from Caudale Moor to Brothers Water.
Day 2: The day dawned with cloud wafting across Angle Tarn. During the night there had been the soft sprinkling sound of snow sliding down the tent fly but none had settled – at least not at this elevation.
Day 2: In the cold and crisp air, the reflections on Angle Tarn were splendid – my kind of infinity pool!
Day 2: The Fairfield range.
Day 2: Snow on High Street.