river derwent flowing through dark atmospheric low hows wood in autumn

Low Hows Wood and the River Derwent

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.

Low Hows Wood and the River Derwent was last modified: April 14th, 2020 by Gavin Dronfield

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