Wild Camping Bessyboot – Lake District

It was early March 2023 when I set off for a one-night wild camping Bessyboot adventure near Rosthwaite Fell.

I camped at Tarn at Leaves beneath Bessyboot in the MLD Duomid tent.

But before the wild camp, I hiked up to collect Castle Crag, the smallest Wainwright.

The weather was dry and cold and there was very little wind so the surface of the tarn in the morning was so still that the mountains surrounding it reflected perfectly.

wild camping bessyboot

I used my MLD Duomid lightweight tent which was more than enough for this wild camping bessyboot adventure.

Overall it was a great adventure to revitalise the mind and body.

Wild Camping Bessyboot Video

If you would like to watch the video of my wild camping bessyboot adventure, please click on the video below.

Bessyboot and Rosthwaite Fell: Lakeland Fells for All Folks

The Lake District whispers adventure with every rustle of fell grass and gurgle of a beck. On this adventure I set my sights on two neighboring Lakeland areas: Bessyboot and Rosthwaite Fell.

Rosthwaite Fell, with its highest point known as Rosthwaite Cam, stands tall at a mighty 2,008 ft (612m). But don’t be fooled by the round numbers – this fell packs a punch! The summit scrambles over rocks add a touch of excitement if you are seeking more than a bit more than a leisurely stroll.

Bessyboot, Rosthwaite Fell’s slightly shorter sibling at 1,804 ft (550m), might seem unassuming at first glance. But Bessyboot was championed by one and only Alfred Wainwright himself!

Nestled between these two fells, you’ll find the charmingly named Tarn at Leaves. This little mountain tarn tadds a touch of magic to the landscape, and on a clear day, reflects the Lakeland sky in all its glory.

Farming has been a mainstay in the Langdale Valley for centuries. The slopes of Bessyboot and Rosthwaite Fell would have echoed with the bleating of Herdwick sheep, a breed known for their resilience in the tough Lakeland climate.

Up until the Victorian era, the Langdales were a bit under the radar. But then came the thrill-seekers! Rock climbing put the valley on the map, with Bessyboot and Rosthwaite Fell offering challenging crags for adventurous souls.

So, whether you’re a seasoned hiker or a casual nature lover, Bessyboot and Rosthwaite Fell have something to offer you. The views from the summits are nothing short of spectacular, circling the sprawling Langdale Valley and beyond.

For the history buffs, there’s the lingering presence of the Langdale’s rich farming heritage. And for those who enjoy a bit of a challenge, the scrambles and climbs provide a touch of excitement.

So, lace up your boots, pack a hearty lunch, and head out to explore these Lakeland gems. Bessyboot and Rosthwaite Fell await, ready to share their unique blend of beauty, history, and adventure.

The Importance of Nature & Mental Health

As a hypnotherapist, I know how important being in nature is. Hiking and wild camping gives me an opportunity to disconnect from my busy life and reconnect with what is important – inner peace.

Sitting on a mountain, listening to nothing more than the sound of the wind and the birds (and occasional sheep!) is good for the soul.

This Lake District Wild Camping video is part of the Wainwright Challenge to hike all 214 of the Wainwrights in the Lake District, England.

Find Your Inner Calm – Relaxing Mountain Hypnosis Download

Too busy to go hiking in the mountains or go on your own wild camping Bessyboot adventure?
Well, no problem!
Escape to the mountains with hypnosis instead with this audio hypnosis download!

All you need to do is simply close your eyes, take a deep breath and allow this Mountain Hypnosis Audio Download to take you on a journey in your mind, where you can imagine yourself standing at the foot of a majestic mountain trail, with lush greenery surrounding you, and the crisp morning air invigorating your senses.

You can further deepen your experience, by letting the sunlight filter through the leaves, casting dappled light on the path ahead.

As you begin your hike, you can feel the soft earth beneath your feet. With each step, you can listen to the rhythmic crunch of leaves and the calming chirping of birds.

Then you can take a moment to appreciate the beauty of nature – the towering trees, the vibrant wildflowers, and the distant murmur of a stream.

As you ascend the trail, you can feel your breath slowing down and becoming steady, as you let any tension you hold in your body melt away with each exhale.

Next, you can focus on the gentle sway of your arms with each step and the steady rhythm of your heartbeat.

As you continue your hike, you can reach a clearing that opens up to a breathtaking vista.

Rolling mountains stretch out before you, that are painted in a palette of greens, blues, and purples.

Breathe in the fresh mountain air, feeling a sense of peace and tranquillity wash over you.

Allow yourself to imagine reaching a serene mountain lake. The crystal-clear water reflects the clear blue sky above. Sit down on a smooth, moss-covered rock beside the lake and let your worries drift away like leaves on a gentle breeze.

Dip your feet into the cool water, feeling its refreshing touch invigorate your body. Listen to the calming sound of lapping water and feel the warmth of the sun on your skin. Close your eyes and savour this moment of pure relaxation.

As you slowly begin your descent, carry this sense of peace and tranquillity with you.

Feel your body feeling lighter and more relaxed with each step. When you reach the base of the mountain, take a deep breath and open your eyes, feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

Are you ready to begin your mountain hypnotic journey?

Download the Mountain Hypnosis Audio Download and take this feeling of calm with you throughout your day.

Whenever you feel stress creeping in, close your eyes and return to your peaceful mountain retreat.

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