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Up Robinson and down Hindscarth

19th June 2016

Route.  Chapel Bridge - Low High Snab - High Snab Bank - Blea Crags - Robinson - Littledale Edge - Hindscarth - High crags ( Newlands ) - Red Knott - Scope End - Low Snab - Chapel Bridge

(about 7 miles 2700 ft ascent)

After our couple of expeditions to far flung foreign parts ( well Scotland and Staffordshire ) it was back to the Lake District for a round taking in two Wainwright tops (which are also Birketts ) plus three tops which are Birketts but not Wainwrights if you see what I mean..

 

Quite warm but a little dull as we set off. Causey Pike in the distance.

 

The lovely Newlands Church.

 

Our route up on the right and down on the left.

 

Looking back to Catbells.

 

Redstart by the path..

 

 The view along the valley to Dale Head. We turn right just after here and climb up to High Snab Bank.

 

A look back down

 

 And a look up. Our (well Sue's) reasoning for doing the walk this way round i.e. up Robinson and down Hindscarth was that with rain forecast later we didn't want to be descending the quite tricky rocks on Robinson.

 

Into the cloud on Robinson. The forecast rain started as we having our sandwiches at the top.

 Hindscarth is up there somewhere.

  

  Looking over to Fleetwith Pike and it might be brightening up.

But not really on our side of the hill. Sue looking down at our descent route off Hindscarth.

Still raining as we descend.

Looking across to our route up Robinson from the indistinct top of High Crags ( Newlands )

And the not much more distinct top of Red Knott

A clearer view of our ascent route.

High Crags on Maiden Moor with Catbells beyond from Scope End.

The little bump of Swinside seen over the Newlands valley.

 

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