This weekend we headed out for more fell walking, this time to Catbells, a beautiful but steep hike overlooking Derwentwater in the Lake District. It was extremely windy, and we only managed to stay at the summit for a few minutes before finding shelter from the wind to eat our sandwiches but the views were phenomenal. The hike isn’t long but it is continuously pretty steep, and there is a bit of scrambling at the end. If you complete a loop, the hike down is more gradual and provides continual views of the water. This walk is conveniently close to Keswick (the town visible in the photos) so we stopped in for a wander through the market and of course, a pint of local real ale.