Dunnerdale Horseshoe

Our first full day was walking the Dunnerdale Horseshoe. There was little likelihood of climbing any of the big tops this week with high winds and low clouds forecast but the benefit of the Lakes is that there is lots of alternatives.

We parked at Broughton Mills at the village hall car park where a voluntary fee was paid.

Route (as best remembered)

The route was north over The Knott, Ravens Crag and near Fox Haw we stopped for a break and watched a family making good progress up Caw.

 

Caw

 

Towards The Knott

 

Turning south west our route was over the Dunnerdale Fells taking in Stickle Pike and Great Stickle before heading back to Broughton Mills.

Stickle Tarn

 

Towards Caw

 

 

 

 

 

Good path

 

Tarns leading to Great Stickle

 

Great Stickle Trig

 

Yours truly

 

Interesting hinge

 

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