Sunday, 2 November 2014

Lakes 2014: Day Six



Thanks to sickness bugs, nosebleeds, bad weather, and good weather (!) it wasn't until the sixth day of the holiday - and the last full day at Langdale - that we finally went up a hill.

Due to its proximity to the campsite, the fact that we'd heard it has good views, and because we really didn't fancy trying Pike O'Blisco again after last time, we decided to wander up Lingmoor Fell. Sam's first Wainwright (and my second fourth, after Middle Fell, Loughrigg Fell, and Hallin Fell).

Unfortunately, the ridiculous humidity meant that it wasn't as easygoing as we were expecting at first, but once we'd got to the top of the first incline, it was a really fun and relaxing walk.

I wanted to keep going and to see where we ended up, but Sam was getting hangry. As we had already eaten our snacks, this was the cue to head to the pub to fill up on food before spending a lazy last night relaxing at the campsite, listening to Night Vale.