Three Days in the Lake District - page 2
30 December 2003 - Beacon Fell and Wool Knott
Another beautiful morning saw an ascent from near Blawith onto Beacon Fell
A view across Blawith Common and Torver Low Common to the Coniston fells
A view to Peel Island, better known to many as Wild Cat Island
Stephen looks to the Coniston fells from the summit cairn
The view of Coniston Water from the summit is excellent
A panorama from the summit - click for larger version
Beacon Tarn from the slopes of its parent fell
An icy bit of path
From Wool Knott, looking across Beacon Tarn to Beacon Fell, with the Coniston
Down at the lake, another look at Wild Cat Island
Looking north to the head of the lake and Fairfield
On the road to Torver, this beautiful view. A definite contender for the winner
of "Best View from a Park Bench".
An early morning ascent of Great Burney (just north of the main road over Kirby
Moor) revealed this beautiful view north.
Not the clearest of panoramic pictures, but an interesting view nonetheless.
Sun glinting on the Kent Estuary as the day prepares for snow. Time to head