12 photographs that capture the true beauty of Ambleside
PUBLISHED: 00:00 18 June 2016
Our readers visit one of the more popular locations in the Lake District, and their photos illustrate why.
Ambleside Boat by Keith Meredith
Ambleside Sunset by Stephen Bowden
Stock Ghyll Force waterfall by Chris Evans
Approaching Ambleside by Janet Danks
Bridge House at Ambleside by Deborah Ford
Deck By Ambleside by Sean Nolan
Fairfield Horseshoe Walk, Ambleside by Deborah Ford
Near Ambleside by Franco Sanna
Pullwood Bay, Ambleside by Paul Anthony Wilson
Stepping Stones, Ambleside by Jeff Pearson
Waterhead, Ambleside by Rob Mcewen
White Cross Bay, Ambleside by Christopher Ogden
Ambleside is one of the most popular towns in the Lake District. The town stands at the head of Windermere and in the middle of some of England’s finest scenery. While the lake is the most obvious destination for the keen photographer, there are a few local landmarks that are worth visiting to add to the collection of your trip. The Stock Ghyll Force waterfall and the Old Bridge House, that is built over Stock Gyhll and is probably the most photographed building in the whole of the Lake District.
Further afield, the Fairfield Horseshoe is a well known walking route that starts out at Ambleside and rewards walkers and photographers with fantastic view of the surrounding area.
Why don’t you upload your photos of Ambleside to the reader photo gallery?
All images uploaded to the website will be entered into the 2016 Lancashire Life reader photo competition and we pick the best ones to go into the magazine each month.
Pick up a copy of our July 2016 issue to find out why Ambleside remains a lovely place to live, work and visit - on sale from June 22nd