Cross Fell - 17 February 2013

Cross Fell is the highest point of the Pennine mountains (893 m). It takes one and a half hours to get to the slopes from the nearest car park. We were searching for some snow to ski on, but found very little.

Our track is shown with a red line. The "P" icon shows the car park.

Still enough snow to ski a bit.

The very top (top left corner of the picture) didn't look much better, so we decided not to climb there.

Lova and Sonya enjoyed sledging.

Sonya managed to ride all the way to the last snow field.

Going down.

Returning into spring.

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