Lake District 2 - Whit Fell

9 May 2004

From the summit of the Corney Fell road, Stephen, George and Henry crossed the summits of Buck Barrow and Burn Moor to the little known height of Whitfell

Henry and George at the trig point on Whitfell (573m / 1880ft), looking north up the valley of the Duddon to the Coniston Fells

Stephen and the dogs, looking north to more of the summits of the Corney Fell massif

Looking south-east to the estuary of the Duddon

And north-west to the estuary of the Mite, Esk and Irt

A panoramic view from south-east to north-west with the impressive cairn on the summit of Whit Fell

Henry and George by the "Pile of Stones" shown on the map, helping to mark the boundary between the parishes of Waberthwaite and Ulpha, with the cairn on Whitfell behind

From the summit of Kinmont Buck Barrow, looking to the flat summit of Burn Moor and Whitfell, with the Duddon Valley right

From Kintmont Buck Barrow to Buck Barrow

A panoramic view to the east from the summit of Kinmont Buck Barrow

Kinmont Buck Barrow and Buck Barrow from the road summit



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