A quick bimble around Haweswater

A gorgeous evening and perfect opportunity for an evening walk to tidy up some wainwrights. Tanya, Tilly and Gary came to join us. We arranged to meet at the bottom of Haweswater.

It was lovely to see Tanya again.

As we set off up the clearly marked path, we heard lots of beeping of a car horn. Walked on, only for it to get more frequent! As we turned round saw that Stu and his dogs were waving furiously! That’s Stu not the dogs!

So we waited for him to catch up and headed up to our first summit Branstree. It was a steady walk up not too taxing.


Soon the summit was in sight and it was a disappointing summit marker! Branstree my 148th wainwright.



That Stu the photo bomber hehe!!

From here it was a well marked path over to Selside pike. There were some very large impressive stone cairns en route.


It was such a gorgeous evening and was nice taking advantage of the good weather. Selside pike wainwright number 149.




Lovely views of Haweswater to descend back to the car to.



The car in sight and was too late to get our walkers reward. Will have to have double next time 😉
55 wainwrights to go….

Published by Gina

Oxford Girl living in the North. Nearly a northerner as have lived in Kendal for over 25 years. Enjoys knife throwing, running, fell walking, snapping pics on my travels round the Lakes and being a domestic goddess. My Chocolate Brownies are legendary so I am told.

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