- Jake of Winter Hill
- Winter Hill ,Horwich, UK
- About Me Jake ,I am 11 years old and have Autism. This Blog is about what I can do not what I cannot,sometimes people think I cannot because I have autism ,this blog is about challenging that!I have lots of special interests, in particular running, exploring and this blog shows a small amount of what I get up to! Please be careful as some of activities I do may look easy are not , I know Winter Hill very well I can get off safely and know what to do when the weather closes in ,to keep myself safe I use high performance clothing and footwear,waterproof/ breathable/reflective/thermal layers. in layers so I keep warm and dry , I take my safety seriously and I always take care when out exploring. My dad is very experienced on the fells he is teaching me how to keep safe.I can use a map and compass, the hills can be windy , very cold, be wet , misty and boggy. STAY SAFE! check out under my link's for advice on safety from Bowland and Pennine Mountain rescue. Try my Winter Hill Challenge http://jakeofwinterhill.blogspot.com/2011/02/10-or-14-peak-courses-on-winter-hill-by.html
Saturday, 2 October 2010
me near the top of the Two lads
towards winter hill after the Two Lads
look carefully at the bridge I am on it!
me running on stone- to practice running across loose rock and stone
old mine remains near the winter hill mast ?
old wooden walkway
old brickworks at back of the mast
old bricks found at old brickworks
me wet and muddy after running between the mast and the Pike
dad very wet and muddy -my dad was waist deep LOL, we had to clean up in a stream otherwise my mum wouldn't let us back in the house
dead sheep that got stuck in the mud you have to be careful on soft ground !
at last the pike
4.26 miles , rough terrain, very soft ground due to rain , -very boggy in places !, sunny
Sunday, 26 September 2010
me with my hat with spikes on it
I am still a very long way from the car
oh look the sign near the car thanks for looking !
http://www.forestry.gov.uk/grizedalehome Forestry commissions web site
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grizedale_ general guide to area
http://www.lamrt.org.uk/ Local mountain rescue team Langdale/Ambleside Mountain Rescue Team (LAMRT)