Kentmere

Kentmere is a valley, village and civil parish in the Lake District National Park, a few miles from Kendal in the South Lakeland district of Cumbria, England. It is historically part of Westmorland. The parish has a population of 95.

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Kentmere Families - Gilpin Family Tree
... de Gylpyn - "Richard the Rider" descendant, and first to live at Kentmere Hall ... Bernard Gilpin - son of Martin, born in Kentmere Hall 1552, married Dorothy Airey 1572, died 21 April 1636 ...
Kentmere Reservoir - Physical Features and Location
... Ill Bell, Thornthwaite Crag, Harter Fell, Mardale Ill Bell and Kentmere Pike ... These fells which make up the Kentmere horseshoe walk around the head and flanks of the Kentmere valley throw down steep slopes to the shore and give fine views of ...
Kentmere Reservoir
... Kentmere Reservoir is a water storage facility situated in the Kentmere valley in the county of Cumbria, England ...
Shipman Knotts - Ascents
... The ascent from Kentmere village takes the track which goes up west towards the valley of Longsleddale, crossing the ridge to the south of Shipman Knotts ... as part of the ascent of Harter Fell from the south and as part of the Kentmere horseshoe, a 19 kilometre walk with 1,100 m (3,600 ft) of ascent that starts ...
Staveley, Cumbria - Geography
... of the rivers Kent and Gowan, at the mouth of the Kentmere Valley ... sit either side of the opening into the Kentmere Valley ... beginning of a larger horseshoe chain of hills known as the Kentmere Round ...