Matt O'Brien

Matt O'Brien

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Report, pictures and route details from a walk exploring the southern half of Murton Fell including the valley of Scordale and Mell Fell.

Report, pictures and route details from a walk exploring the southern half of Murton Fell including the valley of Scordale and Mell Fell.

The trig point on Nicky Nook, my most recently visited trig point in the Forest of Bowland.

The trig point on Nicky Nook, my most recently visited trig point in the Forest of Bowland.

My first Forest of Bowland trig point - on Fair Snape Fell.

My first Forest of Bowland trig point - on Fair Snape Fell.

The eastern one of two trig points on the top of Ward's Stone.

The eastern one of two trig points on the top of Ward's Stone.

Trig point on Beacon Hill above the Ribble Valley on the eastern side of the Forest of Bowland.

Trig point on Beacon Hill above the Ribble Valley on the eastern side of the Forest of Bowland.

The trig point on Bowland Knotts, one of my favourite places in the Forest of Bowland.

A mainly pathless, and often rough, walk to While Hill - one of the highest fells in Bowland.

The trig point on White Hill, one of the highest in the Forest of Bowland.

A mainly pathless, and often rough, walk to While Hill - one of the highest fells in Bowland.

The trig point on Clougha Pike in the Forest of Bowland.

An enjoyable little walk to Clougha Pike, one of the rockiest areas of the Forest of Bowland.

The trig point on Whins Brow in the Forest of Bowland

A grand walk in the central Bowland region visiting Whins Brow, one of the finest viewpoints in the area.

The trig point on Waddington Fell looking towards Parlick and Fair Snape Fell in the Forest of Bowland.

A bit of a wet slog to the tops of Waddington Fell and Easington Fell.

The trig point on Burn Moor in the Forest of Bowland looking to Whernside and Ingleborough.

A fairly simple walk to the north Bowland summit of Burn Moor with a short diversion to the impressive Great Stone of Fourstones.

The trig point on Wolfhole Crag in the Forest of Bowland - this one is very remote.

A fantastic walk to Ward's Stone, the highest point in Bowland, and then on to Wolfhole Crag one of the most remote places in Lancashire.

The western trig point on Ward's Stone in the Forest of Bowland - a superb view.

A fantastic walk to Ward's Stone, the highest point in Bowland, and then on to Wolfhole Crag one of the most remote places in Lancashire.

The trig point on Totridge Fell in the Forest of Bowland

A short but steep walk up to Totridge, one of the highest fells in Bowland returning via the lovely Hareden valley.

The garish yellow trig point on Longridge Fell.

Murky weather, muddy fields and a close encounter with a muck spreader made this walk to the top of Longridge Fell one of my most disappointing to date.

The trig point on Whelpstone Crag in the Forest of Bowland

A walk featuring a variety of scenery including Gisburn Forest, Stocks Reservoir and the gritstone outcrops on Whelpstone Crag and Bowland Knotts.