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Scafells taken from Crinkle Crags, Lake District

Lovely crisp walking today in brilliant conditions

posted on 07/01/2018 by TrotOn

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Just Bea   on 07/01/18 @ 21:36 said:

David great can feel the cold

Helvellyn40   on 08/01/18 @ 8:56 said:

Did you do the bad step on Crinkle Crags?

TrotOn   on 08/01/18 @ 9:40 said:

H40:CathyandDavid did. Weather was perfect. Good grip except top of The Band. Kept spikes in bag.

Dale   on 08/01/18 @ 13:52 said:

Great day to be out wasn’t it, never seen Scafell from this angle before

TrotOn   on 08/01/18 @ 15:40 said:

Dale: Scafell left and Scafell Pike centre. Agree, the Lakes crew were keen to walk as the weather was brilliant.

Dale   on 08/01/18 @ 16:35 said:

Trying to make it Lord’s Rake but not sure which gully to the right of the pike it is. Maybe too far away to see it. I last did that route 2008 long before the chick stone fell

Dale   on 08/01/18 @ 16:35 said:

Make out !!

Dale   on 08/01/18 @ 16:36 said:

Ha.. chock stone

TrotOn   on 08/01/18 @ 17:03 said:

Lord's Rake is the other side of the Col. Did that and The West Wall Traverse to Scafell a few months back.
It's a different angle...Broad Crag on right.
You need to dance and trash caravans less and get your walking boots on more often...Dale :

Dale   on 08/01/18 @ 17:27 said:

Aha, something wrong with my spacial awareness. No wonder I couldn’t see it!! I’ll have you know I did 12ish miles on the night time walk on Saturday and 12ish miles on Sunday. Somewhere in the white peak area but given my spacial awareness situation, I really couldn’t tell you where

Dale   on 08/01/18 @ 17:28 said:

And my! Haven’t you come on since we first joined. Doing Lord’s Rake eh?

TrotOn   on 08/01/18 @ 17:34 said:

Lord's Rake was just steep, with no exposure, I was fine until we turned left onto West Wall Traverse...I was told "don't look left"...I did
very steep and slippery coming out onto Sca Fell.
As Stephen was fine for the dog to come along...she couldn't move forwards on the Rake

Dale   on 08/01/18 @ 17:52 said:

Eeehhhh that Stephen, leading you and Kip into mischief

TrotOn   on 08/01/18 @ 21:01 said:

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