The Bowder Stone

“The Bowder Stone, near Keswick, did not topple down from the mountain side like most visitors assume, for it is not a local rock. It was most likely carried here from Scotland by the glaciers of the Ice Age. It possibly gets its name from Balder, son of the Norse God Odin”
- Visit Cumbria


Thank you to Ann Clare, Matt Rutherford, Jenny and Ray Norman, and Visit Cumbria.

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