St Bees to Ennerdale Bridge. The recording of the first day's walk is shown in green
The group at the start, still a little shy of each other - that would change! Just look at how clean our boots are!
Cathy, Dolly, Shirley, Margaret, Ann, Pat, Elizabeth (Liz), Lorraine (Loz), Ann, Bill, Mike, Chris and Jim
Alfred Wainwright, the man who started it all
We all dipped our boots into the water and found a stone to carry to the end.
The view back from St Bees Head
The start of the walk, St Bees Head
Our leader Howard gives us a briefing about walking etiquette
The view across Saltom Bay to Whitehaven
Colin Telfer's "Coast to Coast", a sculpture erected by the Moor Row Residents Association.
Dent, our first climb, seen while passing through Cleator
A lovely cart horse scratching its bottom on the fence
From Dent summit, Scafell Pike, at 978 metres (3209 feet) the highest point in England
The group marches on towards the hills and lakes
After a steep descent we arrived at Nannycatch valley
The group reaches Nannycatch Gate
Two curious sheep watch proceedings with great interest
Kinniside stone circle looks old but is a modern fabrication
The first view of Ennerdale Water
Ennerdale and the end of the first day