By the Lyvennet Beck at Maulds Meaburn

by David Murray on 3 November 2012

in Cumbria, Eden Valley

Lyvennet Beck flows down from Crosby Ravensworth Fell where it rises close to one of the country’s many “graves of Robin Hood”. After passing Maulds Meaburn and Kings Meaburn it takes the name River Lyvennet before joining the Eden.

Here at Maulds Meaburn it passes through one of the most beautiful villages in Cumbria, if not the whole of England. Today’s photo is an autumnal view looking upstream to the south, away from the village.

Lyvennet Beck at Maulds Meaburn - Cumbria

The Lyvennet Valley is close to Penrith and Appleby-in-Westmorland, not far from the Lake District.

For more photographs of Cumbria in the Autumn see “Autumn in the Lake District“.

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