Once you get to it, this is one of the views from Threshthwaite Mouth that you have earned. My own journey took me over Caudale Moor before a steep rocky descent took me this way and convinced me that a lower level return to Windermere than one taking the fells extending from Thornthwaite Crag would be a better idea. Before descending further, I of course looked about me for one more time and spied an alternative ascent to the point where I was standing. It would start from Hartsop and come up Pasture Bottom like the more observant among you might notice in the above photo. Ullswater looms beyond with a fair collection of fells round about it. Subsequent recent walking trips have me identifying some of those fells in the picture as I write these words. Names like Birkhouse Moor, Brock Crags, Angletarn Pikes, Place Fell, and many others creep into thoughts and this is one inspiring part of the world too.