Langdale Pikes

The Langdale Pikes a compact group of peaks that are amongst the most easily recognisable mountains in the Lake District. Viewed from Langdale their flanks are craggy and appear very steep, the sort of territory that appeals to climbers rather than walkers
SKU: LDPPM79531
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£3.99

High gloss, cork backed, heat resitent, wipe clean 

Place matmeasures 19 x 23 cm

Coaster measures 9.5 x 9.5 cm 

These are great for your own photo's,

making them ideal gift for your a wedding, birthday, anniversary

 

High gloss, cork backed, heat resitent, wipe clean 

Place matmeasures 19 x 23 cm

Coaster measures 9.5 x 9.5 cm 

These are great for your own photo's,

making them ideal gift for your a wedding, birthday, anniversary

 

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