Wednesday, 9 September 2009

A wet time in the Lake District

Well, it rained and it rained and it rained. But who cares? I love swimming and I couldn't get enough of it. Coniston Water was overflowing, which is unusual for this time of year, but it isn't as high as last October when the boathouse was flooded.

I went on some great local walks and, on the only fine day, a high level one up Coniston Old Man. Here are our recorded walks (ie excluding the short ones down to the lake).

Yew Bank from Water Yeat, via Torver Tarn at EveryTrail

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Quick walk up Beacon Fell at EveryTrail

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Beacon Tarn and Cockenskell at EveryTrail

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High Nibthwaite, High Bethecar and Low Nibthwaite at EveryTrail

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Boo Tarn, Coniston Old Man and Low Water at EveryTrail

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Boo Tarn
Low Water



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