Category Archives: Walks

Wet and windy at Worston.

The snow of the past week had melted as mild air drifted in across the Atlantic bringing with it lots of rain. The weather forecast for Sunday was for persistent rain all day, and it proved correct. I was out … Continue reading

Posted in Crosby Rambling Club, Food and drink, Lancashire, Walks | Leave a comment

Reminiscences of Haystacks.

The snowy conditions over the last few days have kept me indoors but my mind has still been on the mountains. I have been looking back on some of my images and thought I would reblogg the beautiful walk Les … Continue reading

Posted in Adventures with Les, Lake District, Landscape, Photography, Walks | Leave a comment

Great Gable

It’s that time of the year. Short days and long nights. I can hear the rain battering against the window. Time to look back on some of my walks. A few years ago, Les and I decided to climb Great … Continue reading

Posted in Adventures with Les, Lake District, Landscape, Photography, Walks | Leave a comment

High Stile Ridge

It was way back in 1989 that I first did this walk but a few years ago I decided try it again. It seemed to have got steeper. As I drove over the Honnister Pass it started to rain and … Continue reading

Posted in Lake District, Landscape, Photography, Walks | Leave a comment

Scorton and Nicky Nook with CRC.

On Sunday I was out with Crosby Rambling Club at Scorton where I joined the B party led by Lin and Jean. When I accompanied them on the reccee a few weeks ago conditions underfoot were terrible with waterlogged fields … Continue reading

Posted in Crosby Rambling Club, Lancashire, Photography, Walks | Leave a comment

On a high, Scafell Pike.

At 3210 feet, Scafell Pike is the highest mountain in England and one of those “must do” walks. We chose the approach from Borrowdale via Esk Hause. 5.5 miles and 3200 feet of ascent. We parked our car at Seatoller … Continue reading

Posted in Lake District, Photography, Walks | Leave a comment

In the shadow of Pendle Hill.

My walk this weekend started from the beautiful hamlet of Worston in the shadow of Pendle Hill. As we left the village we saw some unusual sheep by the roadside. Our route took us along field paths and tracks towards … Continue reading

Posted in Lancashire, Monochrome, Photography, Walks | 3 Comments