Leaving Patterdale.
Glorious view from the bridge along Goldrill Beck towards Place Fell.

      

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Starting the diagonal ascent up the side of Patterdale Common into the morning sun.

      

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Brothers Water from just above Hartsop village

      

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Above Hartsop village past Boredale Hause and heading towards Angle Tarn.
Brothers Water is seen below.

      

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Angle Tarn now in view.

      

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A break at Angle Tarn.
Angle Tarn Pikes is behind this viewpoint.

      

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Heading towards Satura Crag.
High Street is in the distance.

      

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Crossing Satura Crag.

      

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Just past Satura Crag.
High Street is on the right of the Horizon.

      

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Hayes Water from near Satura Crag. High Street is in the centre distance.

      

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The route between Satura Crag and The Knott.

      

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Looking across at the Helvelyn range.

      

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At The Knott.
Bearing right is the start of High Street.
The Kidsty Pike C2C path is a sharp left turn a few yards further along (not visible in the photograph). 

      

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The first view of Kidsty Pike after bearing sharp left at The Knott.

      

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Riggindale and Haweswater.
Taken from the Straits of Riggindale where the Kidsty Pike path veers left away from High Street.

This is Golden Eagle country.

      

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KIdsty Pike, Riggindale and Haweswater.

      

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Heading for the Kidsty Pike summit.

      

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Riggindale from Kidsty Pike summit.

      

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High Street from Kidsty Pike summit.

      

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A view along Haweswater and the end of the Lake District beyond.

      

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The start of the steep descent of Kidsty Pike to Haweswater

      

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Descending from Kidsty Pike to Haweswater.

      

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The start of the long 5 mile trek along the length of Haweswater.

      

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The terrain along Haweswater did not always make for the easiest of walking.

      

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At end of Haweswater is Naddle Bridge crossing Haweswater Beck.
A more recent bridge is immediately behind the original.

      

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The river Lowther near Shap.

      

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Shap Abbey seen through the trees and across the river Lowther.

      

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Shap Abbey ruins.

      

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Shap Abbey ruins.

      

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Accommodation at
The Hermitage in Shap.

      

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