Mainly mountains - Lake District

The Lake District is England's most mountainous area, and is home to its highest peak, Scafell Pike (978 metres).

Newlands Valley

Newlands valley is located southwest of Keswick and provides oportunities for walking, scrambling and climbing. These pictures were taken in March - only the highest peaks retained any snow at this time.

Newlands Valley, looking west from High Spy Newlands Valley, looking west from High Spy.
Eastern side of Newlands Valley, Castle Nook and Eel Crags Eastern side of Newlands Valley, Castle Nook and Eel Crags. There are scrambling routes on this side of the valley.
Dale Head Dale Head (753 metres) seen from the eastern side of Newlands Valley.
Newlands Valley from the south Newlands Valley from the south.
Newlands Valley from the north Newlands Valley from the north, Castle Nook is in the centre of the picture.