The Derwent River meadering through an autumnal Low Hows Wood.
The upper and lower sections of Borrowdale are separated by the Jaws of Borrowdale: a pinch point in the valley where the Derwent flows between the rocky outcrops of Castle Crag and King’s How. This heavily wooded section of the valley is a joy to walk in autumn, even on a cloudy day.
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