Catbells summit, Lake District

Catbells summit, Lake District

Looking north along Catbells from near the summit. Most people park at the northern end of the Catbells ridge, and take the path thart leads slowly up to the south. I prefer the more direct route; park halfway along towards Manesty and follow the trail straight up the slope.

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