Picture Gallery.


Denis Bently
Downfall November 1965
Downfall May 1953
Emily preparing for the race with a pink breakfast
It worked. She made it to checkpoint 1
Craig in full flight
And from a different direction, Michelle
Tea break.
The way to look at shallow water.
Following the mother
Lachlan's smile
Dave x2 catching the rainbow in Rigghead quarries
team Mission Impossible
John's smile
Chill out
Alan Jones's smile
"My passion fruit grow to this size."
The chatty
She is complaining about Mr Graham Harkness.
Colin leading Right Route
Colin about to top out on Right Route
Roger surveys moorland fire damage
After-effects of August's moorland fire
Burnt trees on the Roaches skyline
Roaches ridge from Ramshaw Rocks showing extent of fire damage
Human Interest. - Winner - The straddle and dip technique perfected by Jim Symon
Human Interest. - Second Place - Guanaco Fingerer!
Human Interest. - Third Place - Dr Mary Stuart fits a triangular bandage
Third Place - Slighachan view
Highly Commended Chris Ebbutt on Maximagur HVS5b HeltorRock
Third Place - Seb on Planet Ride, E1 5b, Daddyhole Upper Cliff
Human Interest. - Highly Commended - John having a hard day in the hills
Human Interest. - Highly Commended Ding goes for a bike ride
Mark Ashley up to his neck in it
Cold fingers at Easdale tarn
Easdale and Codale tarns done. Off to Stickle Tarn
Even Graham got in here
Red Tarn under Pike O Blisco. The meet leader trying to avoid wading through the sludge
Final tarn. Blea Tarn. Everyone swam here including Ding
Mark looking dapper at Blea Tarn
Alex on the lower section of Gargoyle Flake
Jack hanging around on the final jugs of Gargoyle Flake
High Neb Christine & James on Tango Crack
No gear at the start of Uno Crack
James looking for a handhold on Uno Crack
Bernard Wright on Pedestal Route (foreground) at the Roaches in January 1958
World Record Holder Emma Timmis
ElliptigOz Adventure - Route Topo
Gowry leading Topsail
Geri on Sail Buttress
Gary on Topsail
Gowry leading Tar's Arete
Andy leading Embankment 2 at Millstone
Kate seconding "Oak Tree Wall"
Harrison Stickle and Pavey Ark over Stickle Tarn
View down Langdale to Windermere from the top of Jack's Rake
Looking up Lord's Rake
Jim and Andy at the start of the West Wall Traverse

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