Monday, March 01, 2010

Lockerbrook, Alport Castles, Derwent Reserviors

Here are some pictures from the walk I under took last Saturday. This walk is a pleasant and easy walk with plenty of variety packed in to it's eleven and a half miles. It's based around the Lockerbrook, Alport Castles and the Derwent reserviors, if anyone would like more detail just ask and I will do all I can to help you.

The only real climb of the day from Fairholmes car park to Lockerbrook.
Time for a rest and a look back through the trees.

A small waterfall and watering hole near Lockerbrook Farm.

Heading over Rowlee Pasture things became quite wintery.

Could this be 'Sasquatch'?


A little shelter should the weather turn bad.
Dropping down through the trees in to the valley.

A woodland stream.

The ice covered Howden Reservior.

An ice circle
Foot bridge at Slippery Stones, always a good place to take a break.
The long road home.
Water flowing over the Derwent Dam.
The car park is just a few hundread yards from here.

5 Comments:

Blogger Sara said...

Those are all beautiful photos. What would cause the ice circle?

9:59 PM  
Blogger Dame Judi said...

Your photos always thrill and astonish. Thanks for taking us along on this lovely hike.

11:35 PM  
Blogger Jeanette said...

Gday Bob, beautiful pictures You say your all rugged up in waterproofs in case the weather turns.. Ohhh my looks like the weather did turn Brrr. Did Tommy go with you for company
if so hope he had snow shoes on... I was also going to ask what caused the ice circle.. we had sunny 29c today ..

1:09 PM  
Blogger Pam said...

Beautiful. Hope you snow is melting. Mine is :-)

3:33 PM  
Anonymous Laurel said...

That looks like it was a wonderful walk. Oddly, with the strangely mild weather we've been having (el nino and all that) it looks more wintery there than it does here . . . and more sasquatches afoot over there as well!

12:42 AM  

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