English Lakeland


6. Buttermere, Crummock, And Loweswater

Buttermere, Crummock, and Loweswater. - Seen from the top of Honister Crag. Immediately below is the road just after it debouches from the famous Honister Pass.

The "Buttermrere Round," by way of Borrowdale, through the Pass to Buttermere, returning to Keswick over the Vale of Newlands, is the finest coach drive at the Lakes.

Ennerdale Lake, the most westerly of all, one of the grandest and, quite undeservedly, one of the least visited. To it belongs the rugged Pillar Mountain and Rock, the distant peak in the illustration, which adds greatly to the magnificence of the Liza valley. The Angler's Hotel, seen on the shore of the lake, is an ideal retreat for all who love the quiet and solitude of our remote fells.