|I'd managed to con my mate Bill out for a short walk on Whitbarrow|
Scar. This is looking North from the North end of the scar. I'm still recovering
from a cold, todays brisk walk in the bitter East wind certainly blew
the cobwebs away!
|Once we entered Flodder Allotment we found some shelter and sat in the|
sun behind the wall to eat our butties.
|As you approach Lords Seat there are a number of areas of limestone|
pavement. The stunted Yews and Juniper have a hard time of it up here.
No prizes for guessing from which way the prevailing winds come!
|The impressive cairn on the highpoint, this is a cracking viewpoint,|
all the Southern and many of the Eastern/Far Eastern fells on view.
For those who like to bag a peak or two this is a Wainwright
Outlier and a Marilyn I think.
|We made our way back to the car along the maze of paths through|
Township Plantation, to Row before dropping down to the car at the
Lyth Valley Hotel.