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Offer of the Day - All the sale & clearance offers from major UK retailers - ACP Rail Passes & Train Tickets: Eurail, InterRail, BritRail & Japan Rail Passes the free encyclopedia Castlerigg Stone Circle, near Keswick, is one of the most visually impressive prehistoric monuments in Britain, and is the most visited stone circle in Cumbria. Castlerigg Stone Circle : Keswick Castlerigg Stone Circle, Keswick. Castlerigg Stone Circle is one of the most visually impressive prehistoric monuments in Britain, and is the most visited stone circle in Cumbria. Every year thousands of people visit it to look, photograph, draw and wonder why and when and by whom it was built. The stone circle is on the level top of a low hill with views across to Skiddaw, Blencathra and Lonscale Fell. Looking to Helvellyn. There are 38 stones in a circle approximately 30 metres in diameter. Aerial photo by Simon Ledingham Castlerigg Stone Circle was bought in 1913 by Canon Hardwicke Rawnsley, co-founder of the National Trust, and others. Menu : Map Data Map data ©2014 Google Map Fetching directions......

Cheapest Train Tickets for the East Coast > East Coast Babel Fish - Text Translation and Web Page Translation Honister Pass The top of Honister Pass and the slate mine The descent into Buttermere, with Honister Crag to the left and Yew Crag to the right Honister Pass, circa 1895 The Honister Pass is one of three passes that link the tourist area around Keswick, including Derwent Water and Borrowdale, with the valley of the River Cocker, including the lakes of Buttermere, Crummock Water and Loweswater. The Honister Slate Mine and Honister Hause Youth Hostel are located at the summit of the pass. Footpaths lead from the summit of the pass to Fleetwith Pike to the west, Grey Knotts to the south, and Dale Head to the north.[3] References[edit] External links[edit] Coordinates:

Lake District Historic House and Gardens Rheged | Family shopping and events in Cumbria including outdoor gear, lifestyle brands such as Seasalt, Saltwater, Avoca amongst others, plus art and photographic exhibitions, 3d Cinema. Greystoke, Cumbria Greystoke Grid Ref : NY 440309 Greystoke village, with the castle lower left, and the church upper right. Greystoke is a pleasant village with 17th century cottages, many with cobbled forecourts, about 4 miles west of Penrith. Greystoke Village. Menu : Map Data Map data ©2014 Google Map Fetching directions...... Ullswater and Aira Force A path less trodden Leave the car behind and walk to Aira Force With the help of funding from Natural England we have created a brand new 2.1km off-road footpath. Buttermere Lake, Cumbria Buttermere Lake : Buttermere Buttermere and Fleetwith Pike. Aerial photo by Simon Ledingham. Buttermere – the lake by the dairy pastures – is 1 1/2 miles long, 3/4 of a mile wide and 75 feet deep. The classic combination of lakes and mountains has made this popular with visitors since the beginning of tourism in the Lake District. Buttermere, with Crummock Water (centre), and Loweswater (top). A walk around the lake - by Peter Donaghy. Buttermere village and lake, from Rannerdale Knotts. Related Links: Menu: Grid Ref: NY 180160 Map Data Map data ©2014 Google Map Fetching directions......

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