Fell Foot, Langdale, Lake District

Fell Foot, Langdale, Lake District

Between Little Langdale and the ascent of Wrynose Pass lies the lovely area known as Fell Foot. If you turn east from here instead of going up Wrynose you will come to Blea Tarn, one of the real beauty spots of the National Park.

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