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richardh1905

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Re: TR - High Street via Long Stile
« Reply #15 on: 17:30:52, 04/10/20 »
Thanks Ridge. I was confusing Hayeswater with Haweswater! Sounds a really nice walk Richard.


It was indeed. The weather was lovely, bright and clear, but not too hot.
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Re: TR - High Street via Long Stile
« Reply #16 on: 17:31:49, 04/10/20 »
Wonderful photos, the one of Tess on the cairn could go on a national calendar.  O0


Thanks pleb - Tess is quite good at posing on cairns, but I mustn't let it go to her head! :)
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Re: TR - High Street via Long Stile
« Reply #17 on: 07:49:40, 05/10/20 »
Superb write up and pics of a superb Lake District round  O0


It is a great way up onto High Street  :)


Still chuckling at "large gaggle of people"  ;D
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Re: TR - High Street via Long Stile
« Reply #18 on: 14:45:06, 05/10/20 »
Thank you April  :)


Yes, the best way up High Street - at least the best of the ways that I have tried in ascent and descent. I haven't tried Short Stile or Piot Crag, mind you. Short Stile I shall file under 'Not worth the bother', but Piot Crag goes under 'Intriguing'.
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