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Sunday, 25 November 2007

Walk for Sunday 25th November - Beda Fell, Place Fell and Angle Tarn Pikes

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Anne said...

Boredale Round: Beda Fell, Angletarn Pikes, Place Fell

Boredale is a quiet and pleasant valley to the east of southern Ullswater.

We start the walk at St Peter's Church, Martindale.

Passing Martindale Old Church, we continue over the bridge and strike up onto the flank of Beda Fell.

The long ridge of Beda Fell runs for about two miles, leading to the highest point, Beda Head (1,607ft, 509 m). We carry straight on until we reach Angle Tarn, which is a good place for lunch.

At Angle Tarn, we take the Patterdale path to Boardale Hause, for the steepish climb up Place Pell. From the summit, we take the path to the east of High Dodd, before dropping back down into Boredale at Garth Heads, where we return via the little road to St Peter's Church.

Start: St Peter's Church, Martindale (opposite Hallin Fell), NY 435192
Start time: 09.30 AM, 08.30 AM from Low Wood Hotel for car sharing
Length: approx. 8 miles
Ascent: approx. 2,500 feet / 760 metres

Please bring lots of food, warm, waterproof clothes and a head torch.

Anne said...

IMPORTANT: The car share starts at 08:30 from Morrisons car park in Kendal, NOT Low Wood Hotel.

Apologies for the confusion!