|It was forest roads for the first part of the ascent|
|Lots of trees hereabouts, although they have been and are presently felling a lot of them|
|Once out of the trees it was pathless deep heather and bog!|
This area is known as the "Debateable Lands", I debated if I was Mad :-))
|The summit of Sighty Crag. It is a great viewpoint on a day like today|
|This is known as the "Hewn Block" although is could be natural?|
|Then it was back into the forestry, a bit of bushwacking and back to the car.|
After a bit of map studying I decided to make the journey more worthwhile by adding Larriston Fell to the day. It was only 12 or so miles to the North.
|I parked on the Steele Road beside the Liddel Water near Dinlabyre|
|Up through the trees (again) on forest roads which made for easy progress as far as....|
|....the radio mast.|
|But then it was back to bashing through the heather and bog, picking up feint paths where I could.|
|Larriston Fell looking North to Peel Fell.|
|I'm not sure where they found the stones to build this cairn?|
Back to the car the same way, the weather had been outstanding.
Two more Marilyns bagged!