The mountain pass, called Bealach
na Ba (Pass of the Cattle in gaelic), starts at Tornapress.
with a straggle of pines and larch is a pleasant place to rest before the final push up East Cairn Hill.
The walk involves an route alongside Ullswater as far as Sandwick then a section of road walk before climbing steadily to the bealach
below Place Fell and descending back to Patterdale.
More obscure Scots words to make the grade include baff (slipper), bauchle (old shoe), bealach
(narrow mountain pass), bowf (stink), eeksie-peeksie (evenly balanced), hee-haw (nothing) and rooked (penniless).
LOCHEARNHEAD Construction of 657 metre forest road and formation of bellmouth access at Ardtrostan Forest Road west of Allt Na Galanaich, South Loch Earn for Lady Jane Willoughby de Eresby; House at Bealach
, Balquhidder for Mrs and Mr Abbey and Alcuin Arkotxa.
From the charming village of Plockton, drive around the shore of Loch Carron then through the pass of Bealach
na Ba to Applecross.
We reach a high bealach
between mountains and then a minor summit and further ups and downs before a cairn is seen on top of Mullach nan Coirean.
One of the most extreme instances was Ellie trying to cycle up Bealach
na Ba - known as the Pass of the Cattle - in Scotland in the middle of a hailstorm.
na Ba (Pass of the Cows; 57.4167[degrees]N, 5.7167[degrees]W) was suggested by the RSPB because of the lack of nesting wild raptors in the local area, which might have resulted in adverse interactions with our experimental birds.
The most thrilling section is over the Bealach
na Ba pass to Applecross, a switchback with fine views across to Skye.
In his 2000 memoir Fallaing Aonghusa: Saol Amharclainne, he recalled: "Ni fhaca me cad ina thaobh nach mbeadh an dramaiocht Ghaeilge ag dul a bealach
fein, beag beann ar an readaiocht, ag brath nios mo ar an scealaiocht agus an rannaireacht agus ar an aifeis.