Bowfell and Side Pike – Sale picture




2 in stock


Bowfell and Side Pike – Sale picture

This Large Limited Edition Print usually  priced at £49.99 is at a fantastic price for a limited amount of time only. All prints are limited editions of 395 and come mounted in a neutral vanilla mount. The mounted picture is 71x40cm.

The Lake District National Park was officially established in May 1951. It is located in the northwest corner of England. It was the second to be established in Britain. The Peak District National Park beat it by one month. Snowdonia and Dartmoor followed later that year.

The Lake District National Park is 36 miles x 40 miles.The Lake District is the most visited national park in the United Kingdom with 19.38 million visitors in 2018.

The Lake District is known for being the wettest place in England, and the small village of Seathwaite is officially the wettest inhabited place in England, with 3552 mm of rain each year. Grasmere is probably the Cumbria’s most popular village. This is thanks to William Wordsworth (1770-1850). Bowfell and Side Pike are located in Langdale Valley.

Uk orders only : for international orders we can post out artwork in a postal tube, email us for a quote.

Additional information

Dimensions 71 × 40 × 1 cm

small pan, medium pan, large pan

Framed or mounted

Mounted only, Mahogany, tan, white, Silver, Oak