Tarn Hows Circular

Another rain free day and we set off to park at Glen Mary.

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Route

We set off up the small gorge which contains Tom Gill and leads up through woodlands to Tarn Hows and I agree with the “Navigator” this is the best approach to this honey pot.

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Tom Gill

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Further up the Gill

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Andy admiring the waterfall

From here we walked alongside the Tarn and then struck up for Black Crag.

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Tarn Hows

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Coffee break view of Tarn Hows

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A distant view of Langdale Pikes

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Subsidiary summit of Black Crag

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A little further on at Park Fell we turned south west heading for Yew Tree Tarn and Harry Guards Wood and the car.

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Looking down to Elterwater

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Bracket Fungi

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Reflections in Yew Tree Tarn

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The Tarn is part of a 4000 acre estate

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