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Bowfell

When you travel to a faraway destination, one of the best ways to discover the place is to have a view from the top.  Whether it's from the top of the tallest building in the city, or from the peak of the highest mountain – this is a great way to have a panoramic view of the place that you are visiting.
 

Explore North West England, Cumbria, the Lake District and Bowfell
 

If there is one place in the northwestern part of England which can give you a panoramic view of the area, that is none other than the Lake District
 

For many years now, the county of Cumbria has served as a host to many local and foreign tourists. Your visit here will not be complete without paying homage to the Lake District National Park.
 

The Lake District itself is made up of several lakes and tarns with gorgeous mountains, fells and woodlands serving as their backdrop.  If you are the outdoorsy type, you will definitely not be lacking of the things to do at the Lake District

Some interesting points to see are Wast Water and Windermere, England's deepest and largest lakes, respectively.
 

Bowfell: How Different is a Fell from a Mountain?
 

Fells is actually just a colloquial term for the mountains or hills within the Lake District.  The mountain ranges in here may not be the world's tallest or grandest.  However, the wide array of outdoor activities that you can indulge in makes a visit to the area really worthwhile. 
 

In fact, none of the fells in the Lake District are higher than 3000 feet. But what they lack in height, they more than make up for in beauty and grandeur.
 

Discover the Wonders of Bowfell
 

Located at the Southern Fells area, Bowfell is a mountain which takeson the shape of the pyramid.
 

If you want to explore more of Bowfell, here are some interesting facts about it:


  • Bowfell rises 902 meters of 2,949 feet above the ground.
  • The parent peak of Bowfell is called the Scafell Pike.
  • Bowfell is the sixth highest mountain or fell in the Lakland area.
  • If you want to explore Bowfell through hiking, there are many different routes that you can take to reach the summit.
  • To reach the Bowfell, many hikers and mountain climbers choose to take the Crinkle Crags route.
  • Crinkle Crags got their name because they are a succession of five peaks undulating on a high, long ridge.
  • You can take the Crinkle Crags route and then go to an ascent to nearby Bowfell.
 

If you decide to explore more of Bowfell, the Crinkle Crags and the rest of Lake District, it would serve you well to have comfortable accommodations.

You can take your pick from the many luxury cottages, charming hotels and quaint bed and breakfast accommodations within the Lake District.
 

If you would like to see the wonder of nature that is Bowfell, go ahead and book for a weeklong or a weekend-long stay at the Lake District. The area offers a lot of outdoor activities for all the nature lovers out there – and this is one of the best ways to see the Lake District and England in all its glory.