When I posted images of Buttermere a few weeks ago I mentioned the Honister Pass several times. This is at the other end of the pass where it climbs upwards and then begins to drop down towards Borrowdale and Seatoller. As you can see it is quite open and exposed up there, no doubt Alan and Frank know what it is like in mid-winter. Back in 1960 I walked up here on a school holiday, and this time, after we’d been to Buttermere the bus came down this way on the journey back to Keswick. The mountains in the far distance are all part of Rosthwaite Fell.
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