Todd Crag from Ambleside  
Date: 12th February 2020 Distance: 6.45km (4.01 Miles) Parking: Pay and Display in Ambleside
Start Location: Ambleside Ascent (m/ft): 245m (804ft) Weather:

Partly Sunny

Time Started: 11:30 Highest Point: Todd Crag (220m/722ft) Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 2 Hours 23 Minutes        
Route: Ambleside - A593 - Clappersgate - Todd Crag - Miller Brow - Rothay Park - Ambleside

The stunning National Trust's Bridge House over Stock Beck.

Ambleisde's Spired Church.

Looking across the park back to the church.

Crossing the river towards Clappersgate.

Crossing the River Rothay.

The Croft.

The River Brathay. It was shortly after here we arrived in Clappersgate and started heading up the fellside.

The first view along the path of Lake Windermere.

Looking west into the start of Great Langdale and Black Crag. Wetherlam is at the back covered in Snow.

The superb view down Windermere from Todd Crag.

Looking across a network of paths leading to Loughrigg Fell.

Passing a small tarn on the way to Lily Tarn with a view to the Ill Bell Ridge.

Lily Tarn. Sadly recent storms over the past few years have blown down the small tree that once grew on the island.

The Fairfield Horseshoe.

Sunshine on Loughrigg Fell.

Interesting lighting as the sun shines on the fellside topped by dark show-filled clouds.

The Fairfield Horseshoe again through the tree.

A final shot of Fairfield once back down near Ambleside.