The 80 viewpoints which Phil Buckle showed us on his tour of the Lakes
Haweswater – The Old Corpse Road
Martindale – Hallin Fell
Ullswater - Gale Bay and Eusemere (Pooley bridge), Duke of Portland Boathouse, Aira Force, High Force, Gowbarrow, Swineside Knott, Aira Point, Aira Jetty, Norfolk Island, Mossdale Bay, Wall Holm Island, Inn on the Lake garden.
Lanty’s Tarn, view of St Sunday Crag from path down.
Deepdale Beck at Greenhow End
Rydal Water, Rydal Caves, Rydal Boathouse, Rydal Mount
Stepping Stones on R. Rothay
Fishgarths Wood, Rydal (Good for Bluebells)
River Brathay towards Elterwater
Langdale Pikes – Side Pike Wall and Mickleden Valley
Lingmoor Fell (Heather at end of August)
Hodge Close Quarry
Monk Coniston Jetty
Banishead Quarry Waterfall
Kelly Hall Tarn, Torver
Low Fell (towards Crummock)
Woodhouse Island, Crummock Water
Mill Beck, Crummock Water
Buttermere lone tree
Honister – Old slate mine workings
Warnscale Bothy, Haystacks
Hause Gill Falls, Honister
Rosthwaite Stepping Stones
Manesty Board Walk
Spout Force, Darling How, Whinlatter (Need Wellies)
Isthmus Bay, Derwent Water
Crow Park towards Isthmus Bay and Derwent Isle.
Centenary Stones, Derwent Water
Cat Gill Falls, Great Wood
Castlerigg Stone Circle
Low Rigg – Tewett Tarn, Lone tree towards Blencathra
St John’s in the Vale
Dalemain – Evening Bank Wood.
Many of these viewpoints were visited at either sunrise or sunset for the best light!