Day Seven: Keld to Reeth
Our projected route, once more shown in the palest of green colours.
The waterfall of Swinner Gill. One of many forces that we'll be passing today.
The second notable fall of the day is Blakethwaite Force
And the best for the last, Hard Level Force which sounds like a budget Van Damme movie but sadly is just a Cumbrian beauty spot.
The quaint village of Reeth and our destination.
The Buck at Reeth was originally a Coaching Inn dating back to around 1760, situated at the bustling centre of the village where a toll was charged to passing travellers.
There are many beautiful original features with the main bar having an aged beamed ceiling adorned with an interesting array of horse brass and weird door knockers.
There is real living fire at the centre of the main bar and a genuine warm welcome from the staff.
During the summer months there is seating in the sun to the front and ask about the secret walled garden.
Most importantly! They have a dog! Marley :).