The Lake District Four Valleys Walk…

For a first outing in the Lakes in some time I decided on this nice circular walk from Wasdale Head around the 4 main valleys of the region that I’d planned earlier in the year as the winter storms raged outside… today though even the weather smiled on the usually damp and misty Western Fells on what was a long but satisfying day…

pillar from wasdale head

dawn in the mountains

The topography of the western Lake District is so aligned that four of the seven main valleys converge on the relatively small area between Great Gable and Honister Pass. The advantage of this to the hiker is that these four valleys can be linked by a circular walk through some of the finest scenery in the National Park that is no more than a longish day’s outing in the fells… >>>Read rest of post

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About Pete Buckley

I'm Pete Buckley the UK based indie author of "The Colonel of Krasnoyarsk" as well as a couple of travel stories recounting a camper van adventure in New Zealand and a hike through the Swiss Alps. Aside from writing; hiking, biking and photography take up much of my time when I'm not looking after the kids, and these are the main subject of these pages. Thanks for visiting.
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