In my quest to summit all 214 Wainwrights here is another circular walk in the Whinlatter Pass area. The heights indicate those summits recognised as 'Wainwrights'.
The walk started at Scawgill Bridge.

Location- Lake District (NW)
Map- The English Lakes (North Western area) OL4
Route- Scawgill Bridge- Graystones (456m)- Widow Hause- Broom Fell (511m)- Lord's Seat (552m)- Barf (468m)- Tarbarrel Moss- Whinlatter Top (525m)- Brown Howe- Spout Force- Scawgill Bridge.
Distance- 9.25 miles
Weather- Very warm for late October with plenty of Sun
Location Map- Click here
Memory Map- Click here

The summit cairn of Broom Fell with good views over towards Grizedale Pike.

Another summit this time Lords Seat with Barf (another of the summits i needed to complete) in the distance. Unfortunately I had to walk over to Barf and then return to Lords Seat, there were no other summits past Barf to turn this bit into a circular.

Looking south from lords Seat this time to Grizedale Pike again. Once I had bagged Barf I would return and continue along the path you see in the middle left of the photograph to Whinlatter.

Approaching Barf looking east to Derwent Water, the angle of the sun and mist adding to this atmospheric shot.

Bassenthwaite Lake from Barf. Bassentwaite Lake is the only 'Lake' in the Lake District the others are either Waters or Meres.

A panoramic shot from near the summit of Whinlatter (click on the image for a larger photograph).

I decided to make a short detour on my walk to include Spout Force. Well worth the effort following all the rain during the week.

I caught this shot further downstream as the sun lit up the bank and the fast flowing water.
Thanks for visiting....