Turning back towards the tarn (lake) itself at Watendlath you can see we were quite high up by this time into the area of the Watendlath fells themselves. The tarn is 7 acres (28,000 m2) in size, with a maximum depth of 56 feet (17 metres). It was given to the National Trust by Queen Victoria's daughter, Princess Louise, in memory of her brother, King Edward VII. I understand Frank might well have walked those fells in the background, no doubt he will confirm that, or otherwise.
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