Dacre and Matterdale
MATTERDALE 02A - Aerial view of Great Mell Fell
Aerial view of Great Mell Fell with a backdrop of the Northern Fells of The Lake District.
Great Mell Fell with its sister, Little Mell Fell are two smooth, rectangular shaped hills that rise straight up from a wide expanse of marshy lowland. They are both distinctive and unique in Lakeland because they are composed of the Mell Fell Conglomorate, a sedimentary rock formed from deposits of sand and gravel in alluvial fans and braided river channels.
August 07, 2009
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