Wast Water, Great Gable and Scafell Pike EDC010

Wast Water, Great Gable and Scafell Pike EDC010 - Lake District
This classic viewpoint is also used as the symbol for the national park authority. It typifies the elements that the Lakes are so well known for, rugged mountains, picturesque lakes, fine scenery and the greatest sense of wilderness to be found in England.

Wast Water, with it scree slopes, often seems a dark and forbidding place but in this warm late light a more welcoming face is presented. Taken in late Autumn the first snows of winter can be seen on Scafell Pike, at 977 metres, England's highest mountain.
Buy now

Tarn Howes and the Langdale Pikes, Lake district EDC256

Also in: Lake District

Blea Tarn and the Langdale Pikes EDC229
Langdale Pikes and Great Langdale EDC020
Showers, Langdale Pikes, Great Langdale
Sunrise, Mists and Reflections, Buttermere. EDC271
Crummock Water and Buttermere  EDC 272  available as greeting card
Buttermere, Haystacks  and Fleetwith Pike EDC007
Crummock Water and the Buttermere fells, Lake District EDC248
Lone Pine and gathering storm, Lorton Vale, Crummock Water EDC251
Sheep with a view, Buttermere EDC273 available as greeting card
Great view,Great Gable from Innominate Tarn EDC274 available as card
Lady Derwentwater, Derwent Water, Catbells and Causey Pike EDC200
Crinkle Crags and Bow Fell, Upper Langdale EDC023
Dawn, Derwent Water and Catbells, Lake District  EDC082 only available
Derwent Water and the surrounding Fells EDC120
Helvellyn and Striding Edge EDC095