Lake District, Cumbria

Looking towards Langdale Pikes from Orrest Head, Windermere
Red Screes & Wansfell Pike as seen from Orrest Head, Windermere
Caudale Moor & Thornthwaite Crag as seen from Orrest Head, Windermere
Yoke, Troutbeck
Hagg Gill, Troutbeck
Kirkstone Pass, Ambleside
Pasture Bottom, Hartsop
Hartsop Dodd, Hartsop
Place Fell, Patterdale
Looking towards Helvellyn from Place Fell, Patterdale
Looking towards Blencathra from Place Fell, Patterdale
Martindale, Patterdale
Ullswater from Thornow End, Patterdale
Catstycam, Glenridding
Helvellyn & Striding Edge, Glenridding
Dollywaggon Pike, Glenridding
Dollywaggon Pike & Grisedale Tarn, Grasmere
St. Sunday Crag, Patterdale
Grisedale Hause, Rydal
Looking towards Windermere from Great Rigg, Rydal
Looking along Tongue Gill towards Grisedale Hause, Grasmere
Grasmere, Grasmere
Loughrigg Fell, Ambleside
High Pike, Low Pike & Red Screes as seen from Loughrigg Fell, Ambleside
High Pike, Ambleside
Low Pike and High Pike, Ambleside
St. Mary
Langstrath, Stonethwaite
Great Gable as seen from Haystacks, Buttermere
Haystacks, Buttermere
Looking north from Scarth Gap, Buttermere
Fleetwith Pike & Warnscale, Buttermere
Fleetwith Pike, Buttermere
High Snockrigg, Buttermere
Whiteless Pike & Grasmoor, Buttermere
High Stile & High Crag, Buttermere
High Stile & Red Pike, Buttermere
Red Pike, Buttermere
Scales, Mellbreak & Crummock Water, Buttermere
Ashness Bridge, Grange
Blencathra, Threlkeld
Skiddaw, Keswick
Hawell Monument, Keswick
Clough Head from Jenkin Hill, Keswick
Skiddaw as seen from Little Man, Keswick
Great Calva, Keswick

After moving to England in 2000, it took me a few years before I got to exploring Cumbria's Lake District in earnest. Of course, there was the matter of my taking up hill walking too, and other locations also beckoned when it came to dreaming up ideas for outings. Between all of this, it was 2003 that became the "Year of the Lake District, Cumbria" for me. Much of my attention was focussed around Keswick that time, but I have spread to other parts too with Windermere, Ambleside, Coniston, Patterdale, Grasmere and Buttermere all being alternate staring points for hill country hikes. A spot of recent refurbishment has reminded me of the value of revisiting at least some of the places featured here, if only to bring away better photos if for nothing else. However, there are more locations that I have frequented that deserve a spot in the gallery and I hope to set aside some time to add these too.