Which way? The Footpath or the Bridleway?

We enjoyed another couple of days in  the Borrowdale Valley in the Lake District this week.

I took these pictures on the walk from Seathwaite to Styhead Ghyll. There is a sign in Seathwaite proclaiming it to be the wettest place in England….but hey….there was no rain that day and the sun came out later.

signpost Styhead bridleway Thorneythwaite Public footpath

Styhead 2 miles ©HelenBushe

 

High House Borrowdale Valley Cumbria

High House Bridge ©HelenBushe

 

To the Hills Styhead Cumria Borrowdale

Onwards and Upwards ©HelenBushe

 

Bridge at Styhead Cumbria Lake District

Over the Bridge and Through the Gate ©HelenBushe

 

Our Path Styhead Borrowdale valley Cumbria Lake District

Our Path ©Helenbushe 

This is my  post for Cee’s Weekly Which Way Photo Challenge. Why not click on the link and see posts from fellow bloggers around the world.

 


3 Comments

Tony McGurk · September 28, 2016 at 00:37

What a stunningly beautiful valley Helen. I really like the moss on the sign post & that stone bridge is delightful. My wife went to England with her Dad to visit family some years ago. In the 5 weeks they were there they only had 3 days without rain. And that was during Summer.

    HMB · September 30, 2016 at 22:40

    3 days without rain sounds just about right (some summers anyway) . It’s a shame when its like that for visitors to our shores.
    Thanks for your encouraging comments, Tony.

Cee Neuner · September 25, 2016 at 01:41

Oh Helen, these are gorgeous photos for which way. Thanks for playing.

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