Time for one last walk on the penultimate day, the weather all week had been getting better and better with lots of sunshine. We’d only had one patch of rain/drizzle, which happened to be from midnight until about 8am on the Monday. It had been a good weather week and it had been too good not to have a 3rd good fell walk. I decided to pick off one of my solo fells, one that I’d left alone having completed all the fells around it. Seat Sandal is an easy journey from Keswick, with good parking at the top of Dunmail Raise so this seemed like a good option. I’d already walked the path up alongside Raise Beck to Dollywaggon Pike with the boys a few years ago, so knew it well and had seen where you turn off up to Seat Sandal. Parking at Dunmail Raise gave me an elevated start, the route up Raise Beck is easy to follow and its always nice to walk alongside running water. Turning right as I saw Grisedale Tarn to follow the wall up to Seat Sandal, the climb reminded me of that up Dollywaggon, short but very steep with an improving view. The summit was reached about 90 minutes after leaving the car, nothing too quick but there wasn’t a rush to make the summit. After a long break at the summit enjoying the views down to Grasmere, I decided to return the same way rather than heading down the Great Tongue path, although if you do have plenty of time the views from Great Tongue are really good. So at the end of the week I’d bagged 9 Wainwrights and pushed my total up to 185 completed, which I’m really pleased with. Just 29 left but 17 walks to complete them, I’m looking forward to our week in the summer already.