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23 05 2004 - Pike O'Blisco, with my grandson Joe


We started from Wrynose Pass near the Three Shire Stone and climbed up via Red Tarn. It was a beautiful sunny day with a little wind on top. Views were excellent. This was Joe's second mountain following Blencathra a couple of weeks previously. I think he enjoyed it - he never once asked 'Are we there yet?'


Joe decides to levitate to the summit


Great Knott, Crinkle Crags and Bowfell from Red Tarn


Red Tarn and Cold Pike


Crinkle Crags behind Great Knott


Approaching the summit


Another stone on the cairn


Bowfell from the summit of Pike O'Blisco


Crinkle Crags


Joe's first attempt at mountain photography


At the southern top


The mountaineer!


Bowfell again


Great Carrs and Swirl How beyond from the path back down


Pink rock and pebbles from somewhere along the path


Where's the car?