11th July 2005

An evening walk up Knock Murton - plagued by insects.

 

Walk Overview
Details
Time 17.10 to 19.35
Duration 2 hr 25 min
Distance 5.1 mile
Ascent 1499 ft
Walking with Jennifer
Route
Felldyke - Knock Murton - Murton Fell - Lamplugh Fell - Cogra Moss - Felldyke
 
Fells visited
Directory places visited

Starting Point Information Centre
Car park, Felldyke, Lamplugh

Found on the quieter western edge of the Lake District, there never seems to be problem getting parked here. Perhaps this is a result of the limited number of fells that can be reached from here. Having said that, the walks that can be done from here are fantastic.

Parking is free.

 

Route Map
 
 
Photos

Blake Fell from the start of the forested area leading to Cogra Moss.
It was another lovely evening so we headed to Knock Murton and Cogra Moss, which are close enough to home to get to after work.

From the route up to Knock Murton, looking across to the Solway Firth and Scotland.

Knock Murton summit with Red Pike, High Stile, Starling Dodd and Great Borne behind.

Ennerdale from Knock Murton summit.

Cloud building up in the distance behind Red Pike, High Stile, Starling Dodd, Pillar and Great Borne.

Blake Fell from the little cairn near Knock Murton summit.

Cogra Moss with Middle Fell (not the Wasdale one) behind.

And again this time with Blake Fell on he left of the picture.
The insects were out in force this evening. I couldn't stand still for more than a couple of seconds with out being covered in them.



David Hall -
Lake District Walks