Buttermere


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Buttermere

(ˈbʌtəˌmɪə)
n
(Placename) a lake in NW England, in Cumbria, in the Lake District, southwest of Keswick. Length: 2 km (1.25 miles)
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This exhilarating Lakeland ridge walk climbs from Buttermere Valley up to the summit of Rannerdale Knotts.
START this three-mile walk at National Trust car park in Buttermere, Cumbria.
Buyers looking for a quality new home in South East Northumberland can now explore the stylish fourbedroom Seeger and Tressell showhomes at Barley Meadows, as well as the terrific four-bedroom Tressell showhome and beautiful five-bedroom Buttermere view home at Broadoaks.
The view from Skelton Green, by John Rymer, of Skelton Green Whitby Abbey, by Ian McMillan, of Stockton A perfect sunny day in Whitby, by Ian Laurie, of Egglescliffe Amazing art carved out of sand on Redcar, by Ann Willis, of Guisborough Autumn near Buttermere, by Karen Stevens, of Ingleby Barwick Harkerside, above Reeth in Swaledale, by John Carter, of Stockton Birk Brow early morning, by Glen O'Brien, of Nunthorpe Dragonfly, by Ralph Barker, of Stokesley The remains of the Rosedale Ironstone Industry, by Derek Whiting, of Stokesley Saltburn, by Pierre Cooper, of Middlesbrough Sailing boats on Lockwood Beck, by Ian Whitham, of Marske Female chaffinch, by Steve Hanley, Saltburn, by Norman Willey, of Marton Eddie at Huntcliffe, by Norman Willey, of Marton
A short wheelbase bus ferries walkers around key vantage points in Borrowdale including the stunning Catbells climb, Honister Slate Mine and Buttermere.
The route climbs to peaceful surrounds of Lorton, then down to Buttermere.
The body of the 38-yearold, from Millom, Cumbria, was found by rescue teams on the 2,000ft high Fleetwith Pike near Buttermere.
Police were on patrol on Buttermere Street, near Lodge Lane, at around 7.
Police then found items "requiring further investigation" in a garage in Buttermere Close in Up Hatherley, Cheltenham.
London, July 18 (ANI): A British schoolboy crossed the 75ft-deep lake Buttermere in Cumbria on his bike to raise money for victims of the 2009 floods in the area.
After a training regime that involved taking the dog for a walk around the block, Nadia tackled all 1,958 feet of the Haystacks climb in the Lake District's Buttermere Valley - and not surprisingly found the going on the firm side.
Figures show 7,399 downloads of the walk were made from their website, making it the most popular walk in the North-West, beating Alderley Edge - 5,828; Tarn Hows - 4,111; Sty Head Pass & Grains Gill - 2,150 and Buttermere - 1,906.