Bridge at Ulpha, Duddon Valley

Bridge at Ulpha, Duddon Valley

The Duddon Valley is one of the least visited parts of the Lake District, but it is a beautiful location. Here, the bridge at Ulpha crossed the Duddon. In the summer this is a popular swimming place, and adventurous youngsters jump off the bridge into the deep water below.

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