the jaws of borrowdale – castle crag and kings how – from allerdale ramble path on a cloudy winters day

The Jaws of Borrowdale

A winter’s view of the twin peaks Castle Crag and King’s How, the so-called ‘Jaws of Borrowdale’. This is the view from the Allerdale Ramble path where is crosses the saddle linking High Doat and High Scawdel.

A bit of patience was required on this cloudy day as the sun was hiding for most of the time. This photo was taken during the most brief of appearances.

The Jaws of Borrowdale was last modified: April 15th, 2020 by Gavin Dronfield

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