Tag Archive: Clough Head

Castlerigg Stone Circle

I’m convinced there is a deliberate affinity between the stone circle and the cliffs of Clough Head (in the background). Whilst Blencathra provides a fine backdrop to the north, the approach to the… Continue reading

Rainy Day on a Hill – Part 4

Some typical Lake District weather on the summit of Clough Head, with black clouds heavy with rain all around. Needless to say, I got wet, but just so we’re clear – I really… Continue reading

Clough Head

The late afternoon sun catches the cliffs at the north end of Clough Head. The rest of the Dodds are under cloud. This image was taken from the wonderful path that crosses the… Continue reading

Clough Head and The Dodds

Taken from the shoulder of Lonscale Fell, the late afternoon sun shines on the cliffs of Clough Head. Clough Head is the northerly outpost of the range of fells known locally as ‘The… Continue reading