King's How

DATE : 4th September 2007




Derwentwater is like a sheet of glass reflecting Skiddaw and the northern shore


Looking towards Borrowdale there is an even more interesting view


Catbells & Maiden Moor with the Lodore Hotel below from Surprise view


Further north is Derwentwater with a small boat spoiling the reflective surface of the Lake


More reflections , this time in Watendlath Tarn


View over Grange to Derwentwater from King's How


Close up of the village of Grange


And in the distance , Keswick


Behind Keswick is the massive Skiddaw


Another view of Grange & Derwentwater , this time including Grange Village


Great End with Scafell Pike to the right


Rosthwaite with Stonethwaite behind


The famous jaws of Borrowdale with the high central fells behind


Low Scawdel and High Spy with Castle Crag below


Close up Seathwaite with Taylorgill Force & Lingmell in the background


Looking back to King's How from Brund Fell


View north to Skiddaw


Brund Fell from the path back to Watendlath


High Seat


Watendlath & Watendlath Tarn


The name of this valley is not marked on OS maps but it carrys the road which links Derwentwater to Watendlath ( Watendlath Valley ? )


Final view of Watendlath from the High Tove path