April Squares: Silver How

Our “top of the world” ramblings have so far taken us to the USA, Canada, the Netherlands, and Hungary. Now it’s time to return to the UK and spend a few days in England’s Lake District. We are regular visitors, and should have been there a few weekends ago had circumstances been normal.

Silver How is a walk we have done often – it can be tackled straight from the front door of our favoured hotel in Grasmere. In fact, the hotel is just visible above as a yellowish building to the left of my right elbow. Here’s John at the summit cairn, and here’s a little more information about the walk: Lake District walks: Silver How.

Linked to Becky’s #SquareTops challenge.

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  1. Something very special about the Lake District. Mountain landscapes but completely different feel from Scotland or Wales. More civilized with ramble friendly paths yet also some of the steepest and closest roadside crags anywhere. Love the place.

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