AUTUMN is a stunning time of year & here's my 5 favourite Autumn places in Northern England


Autumn is a magical time of year and a photographers dream when the leaves on the Fall trees take on many shades of brown and orange and everything in between! Read on to discover my favourite 5 autumn locations in Northern England. 

#1. Ullswater in Lake District

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One of my best views in the Lake District looking over Ullswater from Green Hill below Gowbarrow Fell. There aren't many better views than this for me and when the tree's and bracken are golden and the sun is shining it's extra special. You can discover the exact spot of this particular Ullswater view in this blog post: www.hikingphotographer.uk/2017/11/some-of-the.html

#2. Blea Tarn in Lake District

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A photographers dream! Stunning views can be found at Blea Tarn in the Lake District - especially in the autumn. In the distance you can see the Langdale Pikes. Check out my blog post on Blea Tarn here: www.hikingphotographer.uk/2015/11/blea-tarn-langdale-pikes-lake-district.html

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Sitting down and soaking in the stunning autumnal views above Blea Tarn and looking towards the Langdale Pikes - this is my favourite quiet spot in the Lakes.

#3. Hardraw Force in the Yorkshire Dales

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Hardraw Force waterfall in all its glory - its surprising just how accessible the walk is to England's highest waterfall - perfect for kids and the elderly! Check out my blog post to learn more about this short, must-do Yorkshire Dales walk to Hardraw Force:www.hikingphotographer.uk/2020/10/hardraw-force-waterfall-walk-map-hawes.html

#5. and finally...

I don't think you actually have to go far to appreciate the Autumn beauty - just head to your local forest at the end of October, 1st week in November when usually the autumnal colours are at their finest!

I hope this little blog post inspires you to appreciate Autumn's beauty and get out and about :-)

Post by Stuart Hodgson 
'The Hiking Photographer'

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