The Howgill Fells – Cumbria\’s Hidden Gem
Here at Cross Hall Farm the Howgills are our local hills and obviously we\’re very fond of them, and people from far and wide come to enjoy the relative quiet of this area. Although convenient for visiting busier places Sedbergh and the Howgills can\’t be called a tourist honeypot. They\’re for those who want a peaceful place, with scope for wandering away from the crowds.
We’re well into the Autumn season now and at Cross Hall farm there are only eleven more days left for touring caravans to come to the site and enjoy our splendid coutryside in its golden colourings. For those with static caravans pitched here there are more than three months left before we close for the […]
Recently I’ve seen several conversation on-line about waterfall walks and which is the highest waterfall in England. It’s tempting to to intervene and state outright that Cautley Spout, which is only a mile or two from our caravan park at Cross Hall Farm, is the highest. But actually, I could be either right or wrong. […]
The Howgills, or Howgill Fells, are a range of hills between the Lake District mountains and the moors and valleys of the northern Yorkshire Dales. They are almost entirely surrounded by two rivers, the Lune to the north and west, and the Rawthey (a tributary of the Lune) to the east. In terms of roads […]