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lake, 7 1-2 mi (12.1 km) long, Cumbria, NW England; second largest in the country. It is divided into three reaches. The waterfall of Aira Force (65 ft/20 m high) and Helvellyn Mt. are nearby. Gowbarrow, west of the lake, is said to have been the inspiration of William WordsworthWordsworth, William,
1770–1850, English poet, b. Cockermouth, Cumberland. One of the great English poets, he was a leader of the romantic movement in England. Life and Works

In 1791 he graduated from Cambridge and traveled abroad.
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's poem "Daffodils."
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a lake in NW England, in Cumbria in the Lake District. Length: 12 km (7.5 miles)
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The three men pleaded not guilty to all of the charges against them, while a fourth defendant who appeared alongside them, Mohammed Iqbal Hussain, 25, of Ullswater Crescent, Chester, entered no pleas pending the outcome of a further hearing.
The Ullswater Centre is set in 18 acres of woodland at the heart of Wordsworth country, based on the north shore of the lake.
The villages around Lake Ullswater were badly affected by the flooding of Storm Desmond in 2015 and it has taken time to restore and rebuild what had been damaged and washed away.
"She has sailed a 29er at Ullswater also she sailed a RS Feva at Windermere School.
Lovely though the room looked, the view was the real highlight - both the lounge and bathroom windows offer an uninterrupted vista overlooking Ullswater, so whether you prefer to sit and sip tea fully clothed in the lounge's window seat, or quaff champagne from your luxurious freestanding bathtub, you can still gaze as far as the hills will allow.
Being child-free for the weekend was excitement enough for us, so we took a long walk (longer than we'd planned actually) alongside the lake and meandered our way down to Glenridding at the far end of Ullswater. It's the village that was cut off by those dreadful floods back in 2015.
Visit les2alpes.com Stirling service Walk this Way Walkers can look forward to the new Ullswater Way, a 20-mile trail that will open in spring and circumnavigate the lake.
Twelve students, who have special needs, made the 250-mile trip to the Outward Bound Centre, in Ullswater, Cumbria.
Mr Gough, managing director of an estate agents in his home town of Walsall, was with friend John Robinson on Ullswater in the Lake District when his canoe overturned on January 4.
And one of the most challenging and rewarding on the calendar is the annual visit to Ullswater Outward Bound Centre in the Lake District.
Ullswater is a ribbon lake, which is 62 metres deep at its deepest point and has three distinct reaches.