White Snow Capped Fells – Where are they?

WHITE SNOW CAPPED FELLS

The past few days have seen the temperatures drop during the night which has resulted in snow-capped fells all around the Lake District.
Here are a few pictures for you to see the beautiful effect this has on the landscape at the moment. It would appear that even the rain cannot melt this snow and every morning there is a bit more coverage.

Can you guess which fells these are?

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6 thoughts on “White Snow Capped Fells – Where are they?

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    Wow, superb blog layout! How long have you been blogging for? you make blogging look easy. The overall look of your web site is excellent, let alone the content!. Thanks For Your article about White Snow Capped Fells – Where are they? | Cottage Holiday Group .

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    1. cottageholidaygroup Post author

      Thanks for your comment. I have been blogging for years on different topics. I like to keep the layout and look simple and clean, blogs are more about the content and the layout should be used to entice visitors to your blog where the content does the rest.

      This a picture of the Skiddaw Fells – the 4th highest peak in the Lake District, location is near Keswick, considered the western Lake District.

      Glad you enjoyed this post – thanks again for reading our blog.

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