Cumbrian Mountains


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Cumbrian Mountains

A range of hills in northwest England rising to 978 m (3,210 ft) at Scafell Pike.
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Cumbrian Mountains

(ˈkʌmbrɪən)
pl n
(Placename) a mountain range in NW England, in Cumbria. Highest peak: Scafell Pike, 977 m (3206 ft)
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I SEEK to escape to the Cumbrian mountains on high, To be free from all burdens, waving them goodbye.
"Chased through the Cumbrian mountains of a distant past, the girl fights starvation and the elements, encountering the hermits, farmers and hunters who occupy the remote hillside communities."
All offer spectacular views of the Snowdonian mountain range and Anglesey; and when it's clear enough, the Cumbrian Mountains and the Isle of Man.