Monday, 1 August 2016

Bowscale Tarn and Fell

A shorter walk today, but thanks to some leggy heather, no less strenuous in parts then the previous few days. Up to Bowscale tarn, from Bowscale - very pleasant and Rocky loved it...then straight up the back face of the corrie and onto Bowscale Fell -lovely expansive views. Then along the side of the part of Bowscale Fell that comes down to Mungrisdale - a hard heathery slog to look at England's second highest oak wood.  We then made our way back through the heather to the head of the valley that has Bullfell Beck in it - which we followed to Mungrisdale and then back to Bowscale itself.

Enjoying Bowscale Tarn.

Back of Blencathra and Rocky. 

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