Expeditions, Navigation, Guided Walks and Trekking

Photo Essay: Blencathra through the seasons

Cant get any better pictures of the Lakes than this. Really looking forward to the video.


POSTER-Sharp-SOLD-OUTBack in February 2015 I began producing ‘Life of a Mountain: Blencathra’ the follow-up to my previous effort featuring a year in the life of Scafell Pike. With your kind support and backing from sponsors, I’m now fast approaching the end of principal filming for the documentary.

I’m absolutely thrilled with how the film is shaping up. Equally I’ll be relieved when it’s all over so I can take some well earned rest too! I have to say that despite Blencathra and it’s environs being a great deal more readily accessible compared to England’s highest, I’ve worked much harder on this latest project than any other I’ve been involved with.

Sure I can be up and down Blencathra in just a couple of hours and I don’t have to hike mile upon mile chasing various shots. The irony is, because of the former I’ve been up and down and around…

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This entry was posted on January 5, 2016 by in Blog.
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