Elterwater, Skelwith Force and Colwith Force: Conquered. Bonus: Lambs Oot!

This was a stunningly beautiful hike today. It was surprisingly strenuous exercise at times considering there are no peaks, fells or mountains on the trail. The scenery was breathtaking in parts, particularly the views of the Langdale Pikes and the two waterfalls along the route. For anyone wanting to wear out young children whilst also having plenty of opportunities to paddle, skim stones or indulge themselves in plain water fights then this is what we Lancastrians would refer to as a bobby dazzler. There are two cool stretches of forest, Elterwater itself, the aforementioned waterfalls and a few pretty bridges that all make for picturesque scenery. Of course, the beauty of the landscape makes for plenty of photographs, so they are below, along with the data from Strava. Click here for the GPX file and/or map for WikiLoc.

Photography

Langdale Tarn
Langdale Tarn
Lambs Oot!
Lambs Oot!
Dried Out Tree
Dried Out Tree
Distant Langdale Pikes
Distant Langdale Pikes
Skelwith Force
Skelwith Force
Distant Langdale Pikes
Distant Langdale Pikes
Langdale Tarn
Langdale Tarn

Lingmoor Fell, Right

Park Farm, Panorama
Park Farm, Panorama
Distant Lingmoor Fell
Distant Lingmoor Fell
Elterwater
Elterwater
Distant Langdale Pikes
Distant Langdale Pikes
Distant Langdale Pikes
Distant Langdale Pikes
Distant Langdale Pikes
Distant Langdale Pikes

Strava Map

Elevation, Cadence, Pace and Heart Rate

Split Times

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