Swansea Ramblers Walk
8th May 2010
Leader: John Carlisle
John Carlisle led a low level walk for those who didn't want to do a high-level, harder walk. Again there was superb visibility and wonderful views but with easier walking, to be inclusive for all our group. There were tarns and stone bridges and picturesque villages. Mountain streams cascaded gently to make this a lovely day out in the Lake District
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Leader: John Carlisle
John led a group on this low level pleasant walk
Easy walking towards Side Pike
John, Lynne and Merfyn leading the way
Views across a single track road
Walking towards Blea Tarn
Enjoying the spring sunshine at Blea Tarn
Time for a leisurely break
Path climbs a little
Surrounded by beautiful scenery
Wonderful area to walk
Looking at the Langdale Pikes
Fell Foot Farm.
This provides National Trust accommodation
Following the track to Slater Bridge
Little Langdale Tarn in distance
Crossing the Slater Bridge
Nearly time for a lunch stop
This will be a nice spot for lunch
Walkers crossing the bridge
On our way to Little Langdale
One more river to cross
Heading towards Howe Banks
Path gently ascending
Lowland scenery makes for fine walking
A Lake District Village
Mine entrance near disused quarries
Following the Great Langdale Beck through the woodland
Hmmmm!! Now which way?
Come on Gang! ---- This way!
Well it feels like it should be this way!
Almost back to the car
Side Pike in the distance
Wonder how the rest of the Group have fared up in those craggy mountains?
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Zetta Flew 2010
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