LOUGHRIGG & LANGDALE - 13/09/11
A somewhat lazy page of photographs taken in the Lake District, lazy because despite the variation they were all taken from the same place, although not at the same time. The photographs feature views across Loughrigg Tarn and the Langdale Valley.
|From Crag Head and Little Loughrigg to the west of Ambleside there are spectacular views across the Langdale Valley as well Loughrigg Tarn to the east, which is shown in the pictures above as the sun shines on stormy clouds behind Loughrigg Fell.|
|A farm cottage lit by the evening sun as well as views to the west looking across the Langdale Pikes.|
|This area of the Lake District is one of the most popular with walkers, offering the challenging ascents of the Mountains with spectacular views and waterfalls, as well as low level walks along the valley such as Elterwater. Shown in the photo on the right above, the walk from Elterwater to Skelwith Force waterfall at Skelwith Bridge is an easy and short walking route through waterside meadows, a return trip is around 4km long with a stop at Chesters Cafe at Skelwith Bridge for cake recommended!|