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I. Ulverston-Coniston Lake-Ambleside
V. Ambleside Langdale-Eskdale-Egremont-Whitehaven
VI. Whitehaven-Cockermouth-Bassenthwaite Lake-Keswick
VII. Keswick-Borrowdale-Buttermere-Scale Hill-Cockermouth 180
VIII. Keswick-Borrowdale-Wast Water-Egremont
Synoptical Tables of Mountains, Lakes, and Waterfalls
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EXPLANATION OF ENGRAVINGS, MAP, CHARTS, AND OUTLINE VIEWS
ENGRAVINGS OF ULLESWATER AND DERWENTWATER.
Of the two steel engravings which embellish this volume, the first is a view of Ulleswater, taken from an elevated part of Gowbarrow Park. The Birk Fell promontory is seen projecting from the east shore to the island called House Holm, beyond which Wall Holm spots the water. Above the latter islet is Bilberry Crag, backed by St. Sunday's Crag. To the right of House Holm, Stybarrow Crag overhangs the margin of the lake. For the names of the other mountain summits, the Tourist is referred to the outline engraving taken from the Matterdale road. In the extreme right, Helvellyn towers aloft. The glens which run up from the lake will be readily recognised. First, on the right of Stybarrow Crag there is Glencoyn; the extremity of Glenridding is perceived over House Holm, with Glenridding House on the border of the water; Grisedale commences on the left of Bilberry Crag, whilst Deepdale is seen over the Birk Fell promontory.
The other engraving represents the upper section of Derwentwater, and the mountains surrounding the head of that lake. Immediately below the eye is the boat-house on Barrow promontory; beyond is Lowdore Inn; and to the left the celebrated cascade falling between Shepherd's Crag and Gowder Crag. Castle Crag occupies a conspicuous situation at the head of the lake; Brund Fell rises behind; and further back still is Glaramara. A little to the right, Scawfell Pike pierces the air. A small portion of St. Herbert's Isle is visible, the rest being concealed by some trees in the foreground.