1. The view from Scafell towards Symonds Knott and Scafell Pike. The zoom on my camera couldn't pick out just how many people were on Scafell Pike summit right now, with a steady continuous line approaching the summit and queues forming around the summit cairn if I had to put a figure on it I'd say between fifty and sixty.
  2. As some of you are aware, I'm currently working on my next documentary featuring the wonderful great outdoors - 'Life of a Mountain: Scafell Pike'.A project that saw me begin filming last December and won't be completed until March/April
  3. Scafell Pike and Scafell seen over Lingmell Col. It's approaching mid-morning now and I can see the 'tourist path' onto Scafell Pike is starting to get busy already. Scafell, Pulpit Rock and Black Crag from my ascent of Lingmell.
  4. Laurie: "Hello and happy 40 years! It was a tough decision as I've bought a lot of fantastic gear from you, but my best bit of kit from the past 40 years (or at least the 29 I've been alive!) are the Meindl Burma Pro GTX boots I bought last year from your Knightsbridge branch, shown in action on Scafell Pike 12 pins.
  5. The idea to walk from Dunmail Raise which is just outside Grasmere to Scafell Pike was inspired to me by a section of the route used by fell runners on the notoriously difficult Bob Graham Round. The Bob Graham Round is the challenge of all Lakeland Challenges that covers a staggering 66 miles over a 27, ft circuit of 42 of the highest peaks.
  6. Life Of A Mountain: Scafell Pike Set For TV Debut. The Terry Abraham ‘Life of a Mountain: Scafell Pike’ which documents a year in the life of England’s highest peak, will receive the first of several transmissions nationwide on BBC Four followed by iPlayer 9pm Wednesday 14th January The feature, which will be a 60min abridged edit of the original min film, is a celebration.
  7. Lake District National Park at a Glance. The Lake District's famous beauty inspired Wordsworth, Coleridge and other Romantics. This land of rolling hills, rocky mountain tops and deep blue lakes is a dramatic backdrop to hiking, cycling and sight-seeing. Wordsworth's homes and his tiny Dove Cottage are major Lake District attractions.
  8. Dec 18,  · Another beautiful song from our Cabaret of Dreams, written and performed by our Hands & Voices choir. The choir wrote the song to share their dreams & nightm.
  9. There is some rocky areas after you pass the great end between Ill crag and Broad crag mainly on the last descent before the final climb up to scafell pike which is quite steep with loose scree but stick to well trodden path and you will be fine. The navigation is also easy just follow the cairns after you .

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