Lake District walks - Beda Fell and Angle Tarn

This is Boardale, with Beda Fell on the left and Place Fell on the right.  Martindale is the valley on the left of Beda Fell.

This is St Peter's Church, Martindale, at the foot of Hallin Fell.

Looking back down Martindale from the path up the flank of Beda Fell.  The building on the right is the old church, and you can see the bridge ove rthe beck.

Nearing the top of Beda Fell you can see Ullswater and Boardale.  Hallin Fell is to the right.

Angle Tarn, as seen from Angletarn Pikes.  The ridge in the distance is High Street, used by the Romans as a road between Penrith and their forts to the south.

To the west you can see Brothers Water, between Patterdale, to the right, and the Kirkstone Pass, up to the left at the foot of Red Screes, the high rounded fell.

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© P. G. R. Rigg 21/6/06