Last weekend was our first fell walk of the spring, one of the more traditional Lake District fells, with a climb of 803 meters. It was clear-ish at the top of Coniston Old Man, with panoramic views of other fells and Coniston water. Afterward, we stopped for tea and cakes on the lake. So good!
Everyone keeps saying the Lake District summers make up for the winters, so I’m excited for warmer weather and more walks.
Also: if you plan on hiking this from the Walna Scar Rd parking lot, don’t just put Walna Scar road into google maps. There is a 4 mile impassible by car section that took us an hour and a half to detour around. Head up from the town of Coniston.
Where did you wander to this weekend?