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Derwentwater From The Northern Shore

Derwentwater From The Northern Shore

The view from the shoreline at Crow Park on the edge of Keswick in Cumbria, looking south west towards Catbells and the western fells. Derwentwater is one of the main bodies of water within the Lake District National Park. It is approximately 3 miles long and 1 mile wide with a maximum depth of about 72 feet. The shore at Keswick is extremely popular with tourists who can hire rowing boats or take a less arduous trip on a launch. There are many walks around the lake and on the surrounding fells.

Ian Lewis

Image size: 4928 x 3264, 17.1Mb | Camera details: NIKON D7000 | Date uploaded: 19/11/2018

Ian Lewis | Derwentwater From The Northern Shore
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