Thumbnails of photographs & pictures from walks on Grayrigg Forest

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Hause Bridge from the lower slopes of Grayrigg Forest The M6 below the summit cairn on Grayrigg Forest Grayrigg Forest Repeater Station Telecommunications Mast Grayrigg Forest summit trig point The cairn on the summit of Grayrigg Pike (Grayrigg Forest) The M6 Motorway at Tebay from Grayrigg Pike (Grayrigg Forest) Whinfell Beacon and the Repeater Station from Grayrigg Forest Grayrigg Forest Telecommunications Mast from the Trig Point on the summit of Grayrigg Forest Trig Point on the summit of Grayrigg Forest Repeater Station on Grayrigg Forest Grayrigg Forest Trig Point The M6 Motorway at Tebay from Grayrigg Pike (Grayrigg Forest) Grayrigg Pike (Grayrigg Forest) summit cairn Borrow Beck flowing through Borrowdale (Howgills) with Whinfell Common (left) and Winterscleugh (right) from the lower slopes of Grayrigg Forest Whinash, Winterscleugh, Roundthwaite Common, Belt Howe, Birk Knott, Casterfell Hill and Jeffrey's Mount from The Repeater Station on Grayrigg Forest The Repeater Station on Grayrigg Forest with Whinfell Common in the background Telecommunications Mast on Grayrigg Forest Grayrigg Forest summit trig point with The Howgill Fells in the background The view south-east and west from the summit of Grayrigg Pike (Grayrigg Forest) Blease Fell and The Howgill Fells 2000ft'ers - Randygill Top, The Calf, Calders and Fell Head (Howgills) - from Grayrigg Pike (Grayrigg Forest) summit Grayrigg Pike (Grayrigg Forest) summit cairn with Blease Fell in the background Birk Knott, Jeffrey's Mount, The M6 Motorway, Powson Knott, Blease Fell, Fell Head (Howgills) and The Howgill Fells from Grayrigg Pike (Grayrigg Forest) The M6 Motorway and a Wind Sock on the lower slopes of Grayrigg Forest Blease Fell (left), Fell Head (Howgills) and The M6 Motorway from the stream crossing on the lower slopes of Grayrigg Forest Great Coum (left), Greyrigg Pike and Little Coum (right) from the lower slopes of Grayrigg Forest Powson Knott from the lower slopes of Grayrigg Forest Cleugh Gill (left) and Blease Fell from the lower slopes of Grayrigg Forest Blease Fell (left), Fell Head (Howgills) and The Calf (right)  above Low Carlingill from the lower slopes of Grayrigg Forest Jeffery's Mount and The M6 Motorway (right) from the lower slopes of Grayrigg Forest Blease Fell (Howgills) summit with the M6 and Grayrigg Forest beyond 

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