Favourite Fells…

Ok, after the chat on Twitter last night when I announced I was working on a post about my favourite fells, I imagine a few people will have come over here to see the list.  Well I’m sorry, I’m going to disappoint you.  At least for the moment.

It would be too easy simply to give a list of my favourites and then sit back and let the arguments begin.  No, I want to draw the pain out a bit longer.  And some of my favourites I love so much, that simply including them on a list is unfair to them.  So I’m going to lead up to the big reveal by covering them a few at a time, and for the really special ones I’m going to do individual posts.  But first, I think I should talk a bit about how I came up with my list.  And I do really have a list, I’m not just stalling for time. Continue reading “Favourite Fells…”

Finding Grasmoor summit wasn't easy

A Lakeland Round 2007: Day 4 – Thursday 19 April

The Crummock Horseshoe

It was quite windy last night, but somehow I slept better than Monday night.  I lay awake listening to the wind and wondering if the tent would stand up to it.  Which it did.  When daylight came, I fell asleep and later after a lingering breakfast I found myself running for the bus which would take me to Lanthwaite Green where today’s walk started. Continue reading “A Lakeland Round 2007: Day 4 – Thursday 19 April”