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21st April 2007: A ride around Grizedale, Great & Little Langdale and Tilberthwaite.

Heading out of Grizedale Forest down to Hawkhead.

The view looking back towards Hawkhead.

Heading along the bridleway through Iron Keld Plantation.

Looking back near the top of the climb through Iron Keld Plantation

The view looking back.

James and Charlie at the top the climb.

Peter and Charlie heading down the bridleway.

Peter at end of the bridleway.

The road sign on the bridleway through Hag Wood in Great Langdale.

James looking up Great Langdale Beck.

The view looking up Great Langdale.

Barrie and James on the climb out of Great Langdale.

The view looking towards Blea Tarn.

Another view of Blea Tarn.

On the public byway from Fell Foot Bridge.

The view from High Tilberthwaite.

Heading along the National Trust bridleway to Coniston.

The cake photo in Coniston.

Heading back into Grizedale Forest.

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