Rivers and Streams
Landscapes by Location
The British Landscape
Kilmartin Glen is the valley extending south from the village of Kilmartin, which is located north of Lochgilphead and south of Oban in Scotland.
Coniston Coppermines Valley
Coniston Coppermines Valley runs Northwest from behind and above Coniston and is one of the best places for those with an interest in industrial archaeology, especially as it is situated in such scenic splendour.
Pull Beck at Pull Scar is an interesting area, very difficult to ascend the beck is in a steep ravine but there is supposedly a large waterfall hidden from view at the top.
Eskdale starts in the wilds of the Scafell Massif which includes England's highest mountain, Scafell Pike and runs south west to the wide open, tidal estuary at Ravenglass.
A pretty little mill workers village to the North of Bolton in Lancashire
Ogof Twn Siôn Cati
Said to be the hideout of the outlaw Twn Siôn Cati the "Welsh Robin Hood", Ogof Twn Siôn Cati is a small cave on the steep, wooded side of Dinas in the Gwenffred-Dinas Nature Reserve.
The name Kingsdale derives from a combination of Old Norse and Old English, Kyen and Dael, which means 'The valley where the cows were kept'.
A disused slate quarry that is every bit as impressive as a natural cave as it's industrial past crumbles and the place returns to nature.
Tilberthwaite is an excellent area to visit with mountain scenery, good panaoramic views, wildlife and industrial archaeology.
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