Sunday, June 28, 2009
Wednesday 24 June - Castlerigg Circle
Castlerigg Circle is near Keswick off the road to Penrith. It is on the peak of a hill and is believed to have been built somewhere between 1500BC-2500BC using stones deposited locally by glaciers in the last ice age. Unique to this circle is the inclusion of a rectangular arrangement of stones. The site s surrounded by rugged but beautiful fells scenary.