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The current issue of Country Walking magazine features a cover shot whilst I was out on a typically (ahem) glorious Lake District summer day on Bowscale Fell with Stuart Maconie. Stuart’s article inside gives plentiful reasons to visit this underrated little fell and the tarn it cradles, but shhhh, don’t tell anyone!
Fresh from a visit to Torridon with a great group of photographers, I was delighted to hear last week that this image, Dissolved, Slioch and Loch Maree… (read more)
It’s no secret that I love winter. However, as much as I adore its manipulation and simplification of the landscape, this isn’t just down to snow… (read more)
Please note the last order date for guaranteed Christmas delivery will be Thursday December 15th… (read more)
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Photos - Helvellyn, Ullswater and the Eastern Fells(43 products)
One of the most popular mountains in the Lake District, even the name seems to draw people to Helvellyn. However it's justifiably a favourite and for those comfortable with exposure, the ascent up and along Striding Edge is probably the finest and best known ridge walk in England. Helvellyn is also usually the first to be blessed with snow and the last to lose it - heavy cornices build up on the Eastern face and can last until summer. Further east around Haweswater, famous for the drowned village of Mardale, things get quieter and less well trodden, but the scenery is no less attractive and and equally dramatic in places.
Blog posts featuring Helvellyn, Ullswater and the Eastern Fells
Raven Crag is a popular place for walkers, climbers and wild campers. The direct path gets you up there quickly, and the views over Thirlmere to Helvellyn are a Lake District classic... (read more)
It's easy to be drawn back to familiar photographic memories, and I think I ended up wandering alone down Deepdale at a similar time to this last year... (read more)
So far this winter we've had 2 isolated days of snow in the Lake District before a rapid thaw... (read more)
As I write this I'm listening to the sleety rain lashing the windows, and crashes of things being hurled around the garden that probably shouldn't be hurling around the garden... (read more)
Under timid grey skies that threatened nothing more than frustrating spits of rain, I headed into Deepdale with the the finest of plans - none at all... (read more)