Seathwaite

There are four localities within the county of Cumbria in North West England named Seathwaite:

  • Seathwaite, Allerdale, a hamlet in Borrowdale
  • Seathwaite, South Lakeland, a village in the Duddon Valley
  • Seathwaite Fell, a hill at the head of Borrowdale
  • Seathwaite Tarn, a lake near the village in the Duddon Valley

Other articles related to "seathwaite":

Seathwaite Fell - Precipitation
... Seathwaite is listed as having 3552mm of rainfall annually this figure makes it the wettest place with rainfall statistics in England ... The rain gauge used for this measurement is on the slope of Seathwaite Fell above the hamlet ... Provisionally, the 24-hour total rainfall at Seathwaite (ending 0045 on Friday 20 November 2009) of 314.4 mm is a UK record for a single location in any given 24-hour period ...
Allen Crags - Ascents
... from Borrowdale ascending the Grains Gill path from Seathwaite to Esk Hause and then climbing easily up the fell from the south ... The fell can also be included in a 15 km (9 mi) horseshoe walk from Seathwaite also taking in Seathwaite Fell as well as Glaramara and Allen Crags ...
Seathwaite Fell - Topography
... Seathwaite Fell is a northern ridge of Great End in the Scafells ... Tarn, a beautiful indented pool lying between Seathwaite Fell and Great End ... close to the course of Grains Gill, ensuring that Seathwaite Fell is almost surrounded by water ...
River Duddon
... and the western slopes of Dunnerdale and Seathwaite Fells ... Close to the hamlet of Seathwaite the Tarn Beck from Seathwaite Tarn is subsumed ... The section of the river downstream from Seathwaite is popular with canoeists and is graded as 3 with some easy 4 ...