Patterdale

Sunday 30th June 2013.

Today the club visited Patterdale in the Lake District.

The ‘A ‘party walk was led by Margaret Bevan,

From Patterdale we crossed Goldrill Beck and made our way to Boredale Hause

From here we crossed Martindale Common to climb up to Beda Fell from where we could enjoy the views.

Summit of Beda Fell

We continued along the ridge before descending to Knicklethorns and heading north alongside Howgrain Beck to Sandwick. We then followed the lakeside path back to Patterdale.

Alan.

One of our new members – Mary Van Alkena has sent in the following four images taken on the ‘A’ walk.

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The ‘B’ walk was led by Graham Bevan. They followed the ‘A’ group up to Boredale Hause but at the top they turned left to descend into Boredale. The walk continued along the valley following the beck into Sandwick to pick up the lakeside path back to Patterdale.

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Phil Spratt led the C group on a walk to Brothers Water.

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For more details of the ‘A ‘party walk and to see more images go to

www.crosbyman66.wordpress.com

As  members will already know the name of our club has changed to Crosby Rambling Club. This more accurately reflects who we are and what we do.

A new website is being constructed and when it is up and running this blog will probably close. The new site should be more interactive and have links to Facebook and Twitter. Please give it your support.

 

Alan

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