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    TR - Blencathra via Sharp Edge

    Photos from Skip's triumphant Wainwright completion

    http://allthegearbutnoidea.blogspot....harp-edge.html


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    Ultra King That bastard Skip's Avatar
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    And look - there's the photo to prove it!

    Nice one, Dave

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    Great photo and congratulations!

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    I'll have a proper look when I get home. When done Skip!

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    Nice one Skip

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    Easily accessible from the many parking laybys on the A66 trunk road, this fantastic mountain deserves its popular status. Alfred Wainwright dedicated more space in his guide books to this mountain than any other.

    It is extremely dangerous and extra care needs to be taken. The same can be said in winter conditions too. The summit views are incredible and the descent takes you down another of Blencathra's many invigorating ridges: Hall's Fell Ridge, which is more fun, with even better views.This route takes you to the beautiful and secluded glacial amphitheatre of Scales Tarn then takes on the most exciting mountain challenges in Britain.

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