Angle Tarn Walk April 2010

Angle Tarn

Angle Tarn Photo © Rob Shephard

Just a quick post. Angle Tarn is in a truly beautiful location close to Patterdale and Ullswater. It’s position to the east of Helvellyn on the “wrong” side of Ullswater means that with the exception of Coast to Coast Walkers and others in the know it is ignored by most visitors to the area. Well without wanting to spoil the beauty and tranquility of the place and in the certain knowledge that nobody reads these posts anyway, take a look at these photos from our walk up there today and see for yourself. Angle Tarn Photos.

Morgan Above Brotherswater Photo © Rob Shephard

As you can see Morgan the dog enjoyed himself as well, although at one point a Canadian Goose in the Tarn forgot that he’s meant to be able to fly out of trouble when being chased by a dog! Anyway a great way to spend a couple of hours on a gloriously sunny April day in the Lake District!

Great views from the top towards Brotherswater, Across to High Street, and over to the Helvellyn Range, as well as on the way back down to Patterdale, Glenridding, Ullswater, and our Pet Friendly Holiday Cottages!

Our Pet Friendly Lake District Cottages on the Greenside Road

Route: Patterdale – Boredale Hause – Angle Tarn – up above Angle Tarn – Down to Boredale Hause – Down to Patterdale

Time: c. 2.5 hours

See all our Helvellyn Walks.

Mountain Morgan Photo © Rob Shephard

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