A weekend’s climbing in the Lake District with Durham University Mountaineering Club.
The Bowder Stone is a massive lump of rock carried along by a glacier and dropped conspicuously up on the valley side. It looks delicately balanced, like a die that landed on its edge. The climbers underneath are planning bouldering routes.
I always like those trees that seem to grow out of nothing.
Looking down from Shepherd’s Crag into the green valley of Borrowdale.
Mike and Matt climb on the buttress above Derwent Water.
Screwgate and nut key.