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15 09 2006 - Whiteless Pike, Thirdgill Head Man, Wandope and Grasmoor with Paul D


We started the walk from the car park behind the Fish Inn at Buttermere. There had been lots of rain earlier in the week so we were a little mistrustful of the weather forecast which suggested some sunshine. In the event it was a beautiful, sunny day from start to finish. The walk was superb and the views excellent. The Haystacks bitter back at the Fish Hotel where we rested our weary legs at the end the walk was also first class but we'd have happily drunk it anyway.


Looking towards Crumock Water from near the start of the walk


Climbing towards Whiteless Pike


Robinson from Whiteless Pike summit


Grasmoor with our intended path of descent down the Lad Hows ridge


Whiteless Edge leading to Thirdgill Head Man  and Wandope on the right (and Causey Pike far right)


Looking back to Whiteless Pike


The cairn on Thirdgill Head Man


Grasmoor from Thirdgill Head Man


Paul looking a bit puzzled about the cairn at Wandope's summit


Hopegill Head and Sand Hill


Grisedale Pike


Looking over Whiteless Pike and High Snockrigg towards the Scafells on the horizon from near Grasmoor's summit


The summit shelter


Whiteside and the concertinaed Gasgale Crags


Hopegill Head again


Buttermere from near the summit


Looking back to the shelter as we leave the summit for the path to Lad Hows


Eel Crag


Looking down the path


Looking towards Great Gable in the distance from lower down the path