Stepping Stones at Cockley Beck, Lake District

Stepping Stones at  Cockley Beck, Lake District

Just south of Cockley Beck the River Duddon widens before it enters woodland. Stepping stones allow walkers to cross the river on their way over Hardknott Pass.

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