Snow in the Lake District

Ullswater View

View towards Ullswater on the Way Down

From Blizzards to Blue Skies – a Snowy Walk onto Place Fell above Ullswater

Well you have to make the most of it while it’s here so we decided to head up to Boredale Hause on Place Fell at lunchtime today. The forecast was for clear skies but it was snowing when we set off, snowing very heavily when we got half way up, and still snowing when we got to the top. Needless to say as we clambered back down the sun came out and blue skies abounded. C’est la vie. Anyway enough words, here are the pictures……

Snow over Ullswater

Snow Storm over Ullswater – picture doesn’t do it justice!

Morgan over Deepdale

Morgan Surveys Deepdale

Morgan and Rob

One man and his dog on the way up

Morgan at Boredale

Morgan at Boredale

View from Boredale

View from Boredale

Rob and Morgan

One man and his dog on a mission

Martindale in the Snow

This is what we wanted – the View over Martindale

High Street Panorama

High Street Panorama

_homeward_bound

Time to head back down

Blue Sky and Snow

Blue sky began to appear on the way down

Brotherswater

Sun breaking through over Brotherswater

Morgan under a tree

Morgan takes a break under a convenient tree

Ullswater View

View towards Ullswater on the Way Down

Place Fell in the snow

View back up Place Fell

Blue Sky and Snow

Yet more Blue Sky and Snow

Morgan on Place Fell

Morgan Admires the views

Red Deer on Place Fell

Red Deer on Place Fell

Goldrill Beck Patterdale

Goldrill Beck Patterdale

My Mate Morgan

My mate Morgan

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