Dalston Hall Hotel
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And You take The Low Road and W'ell be in Rosthwaite cafe before you! Dick and Mags walked the west side of the lake and Judy and I walked up to Walla Crag in glorious sunshine and not a breath of wind. The vista was once again stunning - looking across at our previous walks at Cats Bells and Robinsons, around to Keswick and on to Skiddaw and Blencathra. It was ...
... form Robinsons. This was very steep in places and we had to scramble, climb and as Wainwright said"bum slide" our way down Blea Crags. The edge was amazing and the descent took less than half the time to climb. The final stage was steep, easy but ******* the knees! A mug of tea, shower and a few beers before a Mags special Piri Piri chicken - awesome. Just got to decided on tomorrow's ...
... high walk up Skelgill Bank Cats Bells,Hiigh Spy and Maiden moor (2000ft). Down to the lake and ferry back. About 12 miles Monday - Judy and I walked around the Lake. About 10 miles, then Cow Pie in the George. Tuesday - walk up High Rigg. Fantastic views of Blencathra, Skiddaw, Thirlmere and Helvelyn across the Vale of St John. Great walk about 6 miles. Beer, pizza , wine and a trip to the cinema - next door but one from our ...
Patterdale is our destination, it has rained during the night again, so soggy under foot. Niice big mountain to tackle. Got a another walker with us today, Katie has volunteered to support us, certainly good for morale. Me and Ryan tackled Helvellyn and Striding Edge, that was scary, but a proud moment for me, I really needed to do that with Ryan, Martin and Katie walked around it, still a tough ...
... of the ridge the ground was very wet & boggy, so we had to pick our way through the bog & the wet cow ****. Then when we started the descent it was sooooo steep, & slippery. Often I had to walk sideways, or slide down the grass next to the path on my bum. So, many times I felt like just giving up & sitting down crying. But,I could see the van in the valley at the bottom, & had to get back to it. So, I persevered. Boy was I cursing ...