The Western Fells
The rugged territory around Sty Head is crowded with fine peaks: the hoary old favourite, Great Gable, the magnificent Pillar, the fascinating Haystacks and the exhilarating spine of the High Stile ridge. Further west the slopes are smooth and rounded, declining into grassy foothills and rolling sheep pastures – terrrain described by Wainwright as splendid walking country, but comparatively unexciting and unfrequented.
Looking to the high fells from the viewpoint indicator. The Far Eastern fells. A fabulous view along Windermere. These boys are telling you it is warm today. Dow Crag via the South Rake. Rosthwaite Fell via Combe Gill.