One winter's afternoon a friend and I decided to do a route on Great End in the English Lake District. We drove to Wasdale Head and strolled up to Sprinkling Tarn. There we had a little snack, and a Park Ranger chatted to us. "Done for the day?" "No, we've just arrived." We went up South East Gully fairly quickly, and thought that we might have time to do Central Gully if we didn't dawdle. We came out of the shade of Central into the last rays of the sun and sat there watching the sun go down over the sea. There was enough time to walk up the Corridor route to the top of Scafell Pike before heading back down to Wasdale Head for a pint.