Lake District walks - Newlands Beck

The view south as you drop down to the beck. The fell is Maiden Moor, with Catbells on the left.

Some pictures of the beck in spring. At the wooden bridge (middle right picture) it is about 5 or 6 feet deep, which must be as deep as it normally gets along its whole length.  The last two pictures are taken in winter, and in different winters.


And one in summer, with the sun just able to penetrate the trees. The bridge upstream is visible on the left.

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© P. G. R. Rigg 09/09/2004