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The Dip Between Hindscarth And Dale Head The Lake District By: Adrian Vultur | Jul 16th 2012 – There is even less of a dip between Hindscarth and Dale Head, than between the former and Robin son. I have not a six inch ordnance map handy at the moment of writing, but I think the height of the neck is just over 2,000 feet. From here a long, spiky, rocky ridge rises at once, and is by far the most interesting part of th … Tags: The Lane To Gordale By: Adrian Vultur | Jul 13th 2012 – A score or so sat down to supper, and that meal over enough light remained to allow us an hour or more out of doors before complete darkness fell. The lane to Gordale is the most exciting evening walk from Malham. We had it almost to ourselves for the tide of sightseers is not large at this time of year and certainly not (m … Tags: The Shaping Of The Lake District By: Adrian Vultur | Apr 22nd 2011 – Dunmallet is rather terraced than ditched. The only hill fort which is firmly dated is Castle Crag in Borrowdale in whose ditches Roman objects were found, not only the ordinary mortars and cooking-pots, but also much Samian ware of good quality, and a spoon. Tags: Architecture In The Lake District By: Adrian Vultur | Oct 8th 2010 – However attractive the landscape of the Lake District, it is almost as difficult to picture the scene without buildings as without sheep. Whether as isolated points of punctuation on the hillsides or as the domesticated base from which the wild fells rise, the buildings con�tribute a visual component to the landscape as we … Tags: 相关的主题文章: