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Gummer’s How near Newby Bridge

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[/column] [column col=”2/3″] [space height=”20″] Gummer’s How is a hill in the southern part of the Lake District, on the eastern shore of Windermere, near its southern end. It is the highest of the foothills in the area, and commands excellent views, particularly along Windermere, but also across to the Coniston fells and the central fells, as well as the broad panorama of Morecambe Bay. In walking distance from Newby Bridge, which is picturesque itself with the River Leven providing plenty of photographic opportunities. Location: 54.291082,-2.94023 [/column] [space height=”0″]