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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 - Langdale, Crinkle Crags and Bowfell(36 products)
One of my favourite valleys in the Lake District, if only for the collected Langdale Pikes, which are hugely photogenic, and different, from all angles. The route up to the summit of Pavey Ark from Stickle Tarn via Jack's Rake is probably the most popular Grade I scramble in the Lakes. Being as accessible as it is, The Pikes reflected in Blea Tarn is one of the more photographed views, but always worth a look on a calm morning or evening. Crinkle Crags and Bowfell make for a good rugged mountain walk, and for those with plenty of time this can be extended all the way to Scafell Pike and back for a grand walking day out.
Blog posts featuring Langdale, Crinkle Crags and Bowfell
The first half of this summer in the Lake District was, as summers go, spectacular. It was warm and sunny for a start, which is an improvement on the majority of them... (read more)
The Langdale Hell Gill, that is. Not the Mallerstang one. My default route when... (read more)
On Friday I headed towards Tilberthwaite for a walk over Wetherlam, Swirl How, Great Carrs and back down via Wet Side Edge... (read more)
After a commercial job in a surprisingly sunny and blue skied Kendal yesterday afternoon, I took the cue to have a late run up a hill hoping to catch some dusk light... (read more)
This afternoon blue skies at home tempted me out for a wander up Bowfell. Of course those blue skies didn't extend into the central Lake District, and the summit was swathed in thick cloud... (read more)