19th December 2004

A perfect walk above Patterdale.

 

Walk Overview
Details
Time 08.50 to 14.00
Duration 5 hr 10 min
Distance 9.1 mile
Ascent 3002 ft
Walking with On my own
Route
Patterdale - Boredale Hause - Place Fell - Beda Fell - Angle Tarn - Angletarn Pikes - Boredale Hause - Patterdale
 
Fells visited
 
 
Directory places visited
 

Starting Point Information Centre
Car park, opposite Patterdale Hotel

I think I'm correct in saying that the hotel actually owns the car park, so needless to say there is a charge. Thankfully this is a daily charge and if I'm honest it is well worth the cost when you consider the fantastic selection of walk that can be undertaken from this spot.

It does tend to fill up rather quickly though, and not only during the summer months.

 

Route Map
 
 
Photos

Striding Edge, Helvellyn and Catstycam.

Looking back down the path to Place Fell.
Brothers Water can be seen in the distance.

Place Fell summit with Ullswater and Penrith behind.

Glenridding, Ullswater and the Helvellyn fells from Place Fell summit.

Just below Place Fell summit.

From the Beda Fell ridge looking across to the snow capped fells of Fairfield, St Sunday Crag, Dollywagon Pike, Nethermost Pike and Helvellyn.
The large fell on the right of the picture is Place Fell.

Ullswater and Hallin Fell from Beda Fell summit.

Zooming in on Blencathra from Beda Fell summit.

Beda Fell summit cairn.

From Heckbeck Head looking back along the Beda Fell ridge.

Ullswater and Glenridding with the Helvellyn fells and the Dodds behind.

Three pictures of Angle Tarn.
Conditions were perfect while I was here. Stunning views, blue sky and sunshine and no wind at all.

 

 

Angletarn Pike (north) and Place Fell from Angletarn Pikes south top.

Angle Tarn with the High Street fells behind from Angletarn pikes south top.

Angletarn Pike's north top summit.

From the North top looking down to Ullswater and Glenridding.
The fells in the background are the Dodds and Blencathra (in the distance on the right)

Boredale Hause.



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Lake District Walks