A hot and humid day in the Lake District. Stifiling at times, but as the views open up it all becomes worth it. The humidity also made for an atmospheric sunset, and despite passing cloud during the day, it had cleared away by midnight. In June though, even at this time; the sky still remains quite light with fewer visible stars. The summit of Green Gable affords stunning views both across to the Scafells and further off to the Langdale Pikes looking southeast. Out to the northeast, you can follow the Ennerdale Valley with Pillar and Kirk Fell towering at one side and Haystacks, High Crag, High Stile and Red Pike on the other. Sitting at the summit cairn on a fair evening is an amazing way to enjoy a well earned rest.