This cave was formally known as Loughrigg Quarry, over two hundred years ago it was a working quarry and now this hollowed out cave is purely man-made from a forgotten time.
Orrest Head is a hill on the east side of Windermere, Cumbria.
In 1813 Wordsworth and his family moved to Rydal Mount, Ambleside and that’s where he spent the rest of his life.
Ruskin returned to the Lake District including Keswick several more times and in 1871 he bought Brantwood near Coniston. His house was to receive visitors such as Charles Darwin.
Hutton – In – The – Forest was believed to be a medieval stronghold and still includes to this day a Pele tower.
Brockhole includes a large garden and woodland area with plenty of paths and trails.
Biskey Howe is a landmark viewpoint in Bowness-on-Windermere in Cumbria.
The old gravestones have been left, almost frozen in time and engulfed back into nature.