More photos from 2016, for the benefit of new followers since then. A continuation of my posts about a short holiday to England’s Lake District.
This is a longer post, using seven photos to tell the story of my biggest walk to date. Please allow time for it to load on your computer. All photos are large files and can be clicked on for detail.
After the boat trip had been cancelled, we retraced our steps through the village of Glenridding, and set off in the direction of Helvellyn. This is the third highest peak in England, with a height of 950 metres, or 3,117 feet. Antony had told me that we would head for the ‘Hole In The Wall’ and Red Tarn, a lake inside the hill. Naturally, this all meant nothing to me, but gave me a mental target to aim for, as well as an eventual destination to achieve.
Anthony and Ollie ahead of me on the start of the path, heading for Lanty’s Tarn, on the way up. They look as…
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