Monday, 28 February 2011

Lake District - Latrigg

Alfred Wainwright dedicated his book "The Northern Fells" (A Pictorial Guide To The Lakeland Fells - Book 5) to those who travel alone, the solitary wanderers on the fells who find contentment in the companionship of the mountains and of the creatures of the mountains. That'll be me, the solitary wanderer that is, so thanks Mr W. In the book, he describes Latrigg as a grand place, especially for fellwalkers on the retired list. I'm on that list, so thanks for the heads up AW.

Mine was an easy walk today; a circuit of about 6 miles, and then a few laps around Keswick checking out the shops, cafes and pubs. A grand start to a few days in The Lake District.



Keswick & Derwent Water from Latrigg

3 comments:

Pete Buckley said...

The easiest of the "Wainwrights" but what a view!

Brian Cowling said...

Fantastic view. And I had the benefit of fine weather.

Pete Buckley said...

I love the Lakes but it's so rare that we can say that!