For obvious reasons, this is the only one of these indices which does not contain every fell. I have included the date of ascent and the walk number. Fells grouped together were all bagged on the same walk.

Walk 1 (19/7/09):

Walk 2 (20/7/09):

Ullock Pike, from Dodd

Ullock PIke, viewed from Dodd: Bassenthwaite Lake to left

Walk 3 (23/7/09):

Walk 4 (24/7/09):

Walk 5 (9/9/09):

Low Pike and Rydale

Low Pike above the lower reaches of Rydale, seen from Nab Scar

Walk 6 (16/9/09):

Walk 7 (9/10/09):

Walk 8 (5/11/09):

Walk 9 (18/1/10):

  • Dodd (29 – pictured)

Walk 10 (13/2/10):

Walk 11 (2/3/10):

Walk 12 (9/4/10):

Gray Crag and Hayeswater

Gray Crag and Hayeswater, viewed from High Street

Walk 13 (26/4/10):

Walk 14 (22/5/10):

Walk 15 (30/5/10):

Hopegill Head

Hopegill Head, from the east (ridge to Grisedale Pike)

Walk 16 (31/5/10):

Walk 17 (1/6/10):

Walk 18 (3/6/10):

Walk 19 (4/6/10):

Walk 20 (2/7/10 and 3/7/10):

Wastwater Screes

Looking north-east from Broken Rib, Wastwater Screes

Walk 21 (12/7/10):

Walk 22 (9/8/10):

Walk 23 (19/8/10):

Walk 24 (1/9/10 – pictured):

The view from Low Fell

The classic view from Low Fell; Crummock Water, High Stile range in the background, Mellbreak on the right.

Walk 25 (24/9/10):

Walk 26 (16/10/10):

Walk 27 (10/11/10):

Walk 28 (20/11/10):

The final approach to Lank Rigg summit

Lank Rigg summit (to top right), impressively lit against the clouds

Walk 29 (6/1/11):

Walk 30 (18/1/11):

Walk 31 (29/1/11):

'The Old Woman Playing the Organ'

Rock formation on Helm Crag summit known as ‘The Old Woman Playing the Organ’. Well, it does, doesn’t it.

Walk 32 (18/2/11):

Walk 33 (18/3/11):

Walk 34 (19/3/11):

Walk 35 (2/4/11):

Walk 36(4/6/11):

Rannerdale Knotts

Rannerdale Knotts, across Crummock Water

Walk 37 (11/6/11 – pictured):

Walk 38 (30/6/11):

Walk 39 (21/7/11):

Walk 40 (23/7/11):

  • Green Crag(124)

    Joe at the ruined cottage on Low Moss

    Joe at what, according to the OS, is a sheepfold on Low Moss, but which Wainwright records as a ‘ruined gamekeeper’s cottage’.

Walk 41 (25/7/11 – pictured):

Walk 42 (18/8/11)

Walk 43 (1/9/11 and 2/9/11):

Walk 44 (16/9/11)

Walk 45 (7/10/11 – pictured)

Walk 46 (28/10/11)

Walk 47 (2/12/11)

Walk 48 (13/1/12)

On the saddle of Blencathra

On the saddle of Blencathra

Walk 49 (14/1/12)

Walk 50 (16/1/12)

Walk 51 (7/2/12)

Walk 52 (1/3/12)

Walk 53(12/3/12)

Scafell Pike and Great Gable

Scafell Pike (left, in snow) and Great Gable, from Hindscarth

Walk 54 (pictured) (13/4/12)

Walk 55 (5/5/12)

Walk 56 (19/5/12)

Walk 57 (20/5/12)

Walk 58 (2/7/12)

Great and Little Mell Fells

Great and Little Mell Fells. Picture taken on walk 49.

Walk 59 (25/7/12)

Walk 60 (28/7/12 and 29/7/12)

Walk 61 (14/8/12)

Walk 62 (20/8/12)

Walk 63 (22/8/12)

Walk 64 (23/8/12)

Walk 65 (31/8/12)

  • Branstree (202)
  • Selside Pike(203)

    Summit of Caudale Moor

    The summit of Caudale Moor. Froswick and Ill Bell are prominent in the background.

Walk 66 (15/9/12)

Walk 67 (17/10/12)

Walk 68 (10/11/12)

Walk 69 (24/11/12)

Walk 70 (4/1/13)

 

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