Lake District

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a popular tourist area in northwestern England including England's largest lake and highest mountain

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They are facing 192 miles on foot from St Bees on the west coast of England, across the Cumbrian Mountains and the Lake District, over the Pennines and finally up and over the Yorkshire Dales to Robin Hood's Bay on the east coast.
The next highest is Snowdon, in the Cambrian Mountains, Wales, at 1,085m, then Scafell Pike in the Cumbrian Mountains, at 977m, and Slieve Donard, in Northern Ireland at 852m.
Across the lake we could see the Cumbrian mountains - the Old Man of Coniston, Helvellyn, and the Langdale Pikes.
A FAMOUS steam locomotive will whisk people from Coventry away for a magical trip in the Cumbrian mountains in June.
In the second part they turn to the details of their major campaign of research and excavation at the axe sources of Great Langdale in the Cumbrian Mountains.