Enjoyable Snowy Walks

January 31, 2019

There is surely nothing better than a winter’s walk on a clear day, with snow on the ground. The low sun creates an excellent light which even an amateur photographer can make look good. The walking is easy on the hard ground (as long as the snow is not too thick) and a cosy pub is definitely a great way to finish.

Enjoy the photography on some of my favourite winter walks. For further winter photos and details of each walk click on the photo.

1. Skiddaw from Keswick

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Summit of Skiddaw looking south east
Summit of Skiddaw looking south east

2. Ribblehead walk under Whernside

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Ribblehead in the snow
Ribblehead in the snow

3. Stony Cove Pike from Kirkstone Pass

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Stony Cove Pike - looking over High Street
Stony Cove Pike – looking over High Street

4. Langdales via Mickledore

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Moon over Pike O'Stickle
Moon over Pike O’Stickle

5. The Beast from the East above Settle

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Above Settle
Above Settle

6. Howgills from Sedbergh

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Summit of the Calf
Summit of the Calf

7. Little Fell in Mallerstang

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Between Little Fell & High Seat
Between Little Fell & High Seat

8. Malham to Littondale

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Near Malham Tarn
Near Malham Tarn

9. Seat Sandal near Grasmere

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Overlooking Grasmere

10. Nicky Nook, near Lancaster

Approaching Nicky Nook
Approaching Nicky Nook

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11. Short Walks from Long Preston

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Long Preston Beck
Long Preston Beck

12. Loadpot Hill from Howtown

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Looking north east from Loadpot
Looking north east from Loadpot

Enjoy your walking

Jonathan

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