National Geographic : 1936 Apr
y INational xjeograpnic society inlay t'notograpn byU.F.Abraham, Ltd. THE ROAD TO KIRKSTONE PASS COMMANDS A SWEEPING VIEW OVER THE "WINDING LAKE," WINDERMERE Ten and a half miles long, the largest lake in England is at no point a mile wide. From Storrs HallHotel onitsshore, Sir Walter Scott, accom panied by Wordsworth and Southey, watched a regatta given in honor of Scott's 54th birthday. Langdale Pikes, inthe distance, are tinged with the first snows of autumn (see Color Plates III and V).