A Grasmoor Horsehoe

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It's September 2020 and after a year full of lockdowns, cancelled holidays and just general chaos, I rather unexpectedly found myself having a week of carefree fell-walking in the Lake District.

Day one was spent near Borrowdale, the second in the wonderful Newlands. For the third, I had a lovely horseshoe walk around the highest fell in the North Western area - Grasmoor.

Walked on 21 September 2020.

Route: Buttermere → Whiteside → Hopegill Head → Grasmoor → Wandope → Whiteless Pike → Rannerdale Knotts → Buttermere.

N.b. I had visited Hopegill Head a year earlier, so it doesn't get its own page in this section.

Whiteside

Published 3 January 2021

It’s steep, and rather foreboding. And you may well get overtaken by a dog on the way up. But Whiteside is a cracking fell non-the-less.

Grasmoor

Published 10 January 2021

The highest of the North Western Fells.

Wandhope

Published 17 January 2021

Wandope. Really not the most exciting fell in the world.

Whiteless Pike

Published 24 January 2021

At the end of my horseshoe, a cracking little fell with a fantastic view.

Rannerdale Knotts

Published 31 January 2021

one of those single, solitary fells that looks like it would be a delight to walk over late in the afternoon, before the sun starts to set.