Images from Cumbria

Looking down from Kirkstone Pass
Looking down from Kirkstone Pass

Cumbria, or the area known as the English Lake District, was an amazing first stop upon arrival in England. Before, during, and after the Lakeland Trails Coniston Marathon I ran on July 6th, I was simply astounded by the terrain and views of the area, and I was lucky to have my camera available before and after the run.

The day following the marathon, Davinia’s dad took us on a small road trip all around the Lake District, with stops in Barrow-in-Furness, Kirkstone Pass, Glenridding, and, as a perfect post-marathon walk, Easedale Tarn by way of Grasmere. The rocky green hills and lakes were awesome to see, and definitely got me excited for my indefinite time here in England.

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