Author Topic: 15-16th August Shap summit to Sleddale Fell wildcamp  (Read 1090 times)

April

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Re: 15-16th August Shap summit to Sleddale Fell wildcamp
« Reply #15 on: 17:12:03, 24/08/20 »
Sue and I walked around Kentmere res today...... and got soaked ;D


It seems everyone got wet yesterday  :(  The weekend ahead looks ok so far  :)
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richardh1905

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Re: 15-16th August Shap summit to Sleddale Fell wildcamp
« Reply #16 on: 17:50:52, 24/08/20 »

It seems everyone got wet yesterday  :(  The weekend ahead looks ok so far  :)


Indeed. Might, just might get out for a family wild camp, somewhere with not too much of a walk in. :)


Frustrated today as we wasted a perfect fell walking day on shopping in Kendal, and my plans to sneak out for a quick wild camp this evening have been thwarted by by my indecision, a lost map and a terrible weather forecast. But mostly my indecision. >:(  Still, enjoying a pleasant evening, and I shall go up Hampsfell for the sunset.
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pdstsp

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Re: 15-16th August Shap summit to Sleddale Fell wildcamp
« Reply #17 on: 09:50:32, 26/08/20 »
Great pics Karl - looks a cracking camp.


Richard - shopping??? Shopping??? Hang your head in shame  ;D

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Re: 15-16th August Shap summit to Sleddale Fell wildcamp
« Reply #18 on: 15:10:05, 26/08/20 »
Great photos, I used to get to that part of the Lakes when I worked nearby, much underrated and  under-visited !

karl h

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Re: 15-16th August Shap summit to Sleddale Fell wildcamp
« Reply #19 on: 16:34:13, 26/08/20 »
Great pics Karl - looks a cracking camp.


Richard - shopping??? Shopping??? Hang your head in shame  ;D


Thanks Paul O0  It was nice to be out with my kids
Richard has got a few mountain credits in the bank after his Scottish adventures  ;D




Great photos, I used to get to that part of the Lakes when I worked nearby, much underrated and  under-visited !


Thanks Windyrigg O0
It is a great area if you want to avoid the crowds ;)
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