Noblex Panorama Gallery

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(26 images  :  2.38:1 format (similar to cinema wide screen)

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Crummock Water :  panorama of Rannerdale Knotts, High Stile, Red Pike and Mellbreak

 

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the Rannerdale Bluebells  :  Grasmoor (l) to Whiteless Pike (r)

 

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Buttermere : evening : High Stile & Red Pike 

 

Buttermere  from Rannerdale Knotts  :  evening  :  High Stile & Red Pike prominent

 

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Mellbreak north summit  :  view north-west over Loweswater

 

Mellbreak's north summit  :  view north-west over Loweswater  :  left: Blake Fell  & Burnbank Fell  : right: Loweswater Fell

 

 

view west & south over Crummock Water and Buttermere from Mellbreak

 

Mellbreak north summit  :  view east to south  :  at picture edge is Whiteside, then distant Hopegill Head; the great mass of Grasmoor; Crag Hill and Whiteless Pike;

Newland Hause separates them from Robinson; distinctive Fleetwith Pike in the distance; the north summit partly obscures High Stile and Red Pike;

low hill in centre is Rannerdale Knotts

 

view south over Crummock Water and Buttermere from Mellbreak's south summit gully

 

Mellbreak south summit. Its rounded top has no view but, by leaving the path and walking 100m east to this gully, this dramatic scene is revealed.

Below is Crummock Water with Buttermere beyond and Fleetwith Pike at its head. Robinson at left, High Stile and Red Pike at right.

 

 

view south over Crummock Water and Buttermere from Mellbreak

 

panoramic view south over Crummock Water and Buttermere from Mellbreak's south summit gully

l. to r. :  Crag Hill, Whiteless Pike, Robinson, Fleetwith Pike, Haystacks, far distant Langdale Pikes and Great Gable, High Stile and Red Pike.

The distant summit of Grisedale Pike can also be seen to the left of Crag Hill. 

 

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Helvellyn : cairn at top of Swirral Edge : view north to Skiddaw 

 

on Helvellyn top : the cairn at top of Swirral Edge  :  view north over the Dodds to Skiddaw and Blencathra

 

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Grisedale Tarn : looking west to Seat Sandal

 

Grisedale Tarn (490m)  :  looking west to Seat Sandal (736m - the same as Harrison Stickle)

 

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Dollywagon Pike from the ascent path to St Sunday Crag from Grisedale Tarn

 

Dollywagon Pike from the ascent path from Grisedale Tarn to St Sunday Crag

 

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the Helvellyn massif from St Sunday Crag summit

 

the Helvellyn massif from St Sunday Crag summit  :  Fairfield at left; Seat Sandal centre  : Bowfell & the Scafells in far distance

top of Great Gable seen peeping over the shoulder of Dollywagon Pike 

 

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view north over Thirlmere to NW fells & Skiddaw from Brown Crags on the ascent of Helvellyn from Wythburn

 

view north over Thirlmere and the Armboth Fells to the NW fells & Skiddaw  :  from Comb Crags on Birk Side during the ascent of Helvellyn from Wythburn 

 

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entering the forest on the ascent of Barf

 

entering the forest on the ascent of Barf  :  view back over the Vale of Keswick

 

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Grisedale Pike summit  : view over Vale of Keswick  : two walkers, one pointing south

 

Grisedale Pike summit : view over Vale of Keswick to Skiddaw and Blencathra  :  storm clouds over Helvellyn (far right)

 

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approaching Crag Hill summit :  view south over High Stile range

 

approaching Crag Hill summit  : view south :  Robinson prominent; High Stile range beyond Buttermere; distant Scafells in cloud

 

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Crag Hill summit :  view south  :  storm clouds : walkers approaching  : two walkers standing waiting for them

 

Crag Hill summit : view south :  Grasmoor at right

 

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Lord's Seat  : view SE to Grisedale Pike

 

Lord's Seat : view SE to Grisedale Pike and Grasmoor  :  Vale of Lorton at far right

 

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view south to  Helvellyn from the top road in Whinlatter Forest Park

 

view south over Derwent Water to Helvellyn from the top road in the Whinlatter Forest Park

 

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Latrigg  : paragliders preparing to launch  : Skiddaw behind

 

Latrigg : paragliders preparing to launch

l. to r.: Lord's Seat, Bassenthwaite Lake, Dodd, Carl Side, Skiddaw top, Little Man, Jenkin Hill, Lonscale Fell 

 

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Latrigg  : paragliders preparing to launch  : Skiddaw behind

 

Longside Edge sweeping away from Ullock Pike  :  Skiddaw top at left  :  Derwent Water in the distance below

 

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 Ullock Pike  : view along Longside Edge in bad weather

 

same view  :  different weather

(30-40mph winds later increasing to dangerous 60-70mph when on Carl Side. Nearly got blown off)

 

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on Longside Edge NW to the Solway Firth

 

on the summit of Longside Edge looking NW to Ullock Pike

 

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the Helvellyn massif seen from the Cumbrian Way above Lonscale Farm

 

Clough Head to Helvellyn seen from the Cumbrian Way above Lonscale Farm

 

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view south to Helvellyn from the ascent of Lonscale Fell

 

view south to Helvellyn from the ascent of Lonscale Fell

 

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on Lonscale Fell top looking south to Helvellyn and Thirlmere

 

on Lonscale Fell top looking south to Helvellyn and Thirlmere  :  Blease Fell (Blencathra) left  :  Derwent Water at right

 

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the Skiddaw massif from Lonscale Fell summit : Burnt Horse sweeping away to the right

 

the Skiddaw massif from Lonscale Fell summit  :  Burnt Horse sweeping away to the right  :  the northern fells in the distance (r) with the cone of Great Calva in front

(the Cumbrian Way path after leaving the Lonscale Crag traverse (below) follows the wall at lower far right)

 

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on Meal Fell looking south to Skiddaw

on Meal Fell looking south to Skiddaw

 

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Skiddaw summit  :  looking south over NW fells  :  father & daughter reading the indicator

 

Skiddaw summit  :  looking south over the north-western fells

 

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Great Calva, the Dash Falls, Bakestall and Skiddaw

 

the NW side of Skiddaw  :  Little Calva, the Dash Falls, Bakestall and Skiddaw

from the track to Orthwaite traversing the base of Great Cockup

 

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the back o' Skiddaw from Lonscale Fell : from the shelter at the path from Burnt Horse

 

the back o' Skiddaw from Lonscale Fell : from the shelter at the path from Burnt Horse

 

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on the Cumbrian Way traversing Lonscale Crag : view south to storm over Clough Head

 

on the Cumbrian Way traversing Lonscale Crag : view south : storm over Clough Head : 400ft drop to the Glenderaterra Beck below

 

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