Photos - Borrowdale, Cat Bells and the Newlands Valley

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An idyllic pastoral scene, especially in summer, the Newlands Valley is nevertheless surrounded by several mountains rising straight from the valley floor, and all of them offer excellent walking with fantastic views. Even little old Cat Bells - popular amongst families given its proximity to Keswick and smaller stature - is a fun climb and one of my favourite sunrise locations.

Blog posts featuring Borrowdale, Cat Bells and the Newlands Valley

King’s How, Borrowdale

The high ground that sits above Borrowdale has long been a fecund tract of hunting land for photographers, with its fine views over Derwent Water and surrounding fells... (read more)

Cat Bells Inversion

I've made no secret of the fact that I'm fond of little old Cat Bells, even if I'm unlikely to ever photograph anything new up there... (read more)

Glaramara and the one day winter

Glaramara is an overlooked fell in both senses of the word. It's hardly a busy Lakes thoroughfare... (read more)

Summer wanders …..

... to where, we do not know... (read more)

Cat Bells, Castle Crag and Country Walking

Last spring during Keswick Mountain Festival I joined a few of the Country Walking magazine team... (read more)