Ruddy Gill view of Castle Crag and Kings How

Ruddy Gill view of Borrowdale

The small rocky ravine of Ruddy Gill lies at the top of the Grains Valley and is the easiest way from Borrowdale up to Esk Hause.

Just before joining the path linking Styhead Pass and Esk Hause, this is the view back down Borrowdale and a great view it is too: the twin peaks of Castle Crag and King’s How that make up the Jaws of Borrowdale can just be seen in the distance through the early morning mist.

I took this photo after a fantastic night camping on Great End.

Ruddy Gill view of Borrowdale was last modified: April 14th, 2020 by Gavin Dronfield

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