Great Gable & Kirk Fell - Lake District Contour Canvas


Bring your love of the outdoors indoors with our stunning range of Canvas Wall Art.

All of our canvases are handmade in the UK, using the latest printing technology that's then applied to a premium canvas and stretched onto a sustainably-sourced solid wood frame. They're available in four different sizes:

Small - 25cm (10") Square x 3cm Deep
Medium - 36cm (14") Square x 3cm Deep
Large - 51cm (20") Square x 3cm Deep
Very Large - 76cm (30") Square x 3cm Deep
Extra Large - 101cm (40") Square x 3cm Deep

Ambleside, Rydal Water & Loughrigg - Lake District Contour Canvas

National Park: Lake District National Park
Design Range: Contour Range
Artist: Si Homfray

Colourful and contemporary, our now-iconic Contour Range is a joyful celebration of the walks, landscapes and outdoor destinations we know and love.

Rock Climbing History all began here on Napes Needle...

Kirk Fell and Great Gable, part of the Western Fells, stand at the head of Wasdale in the Lake District. Great Gable is linked by the high pass of Windy Gap to its smaller sister hill, Green Gable, and by the lower pass of Beck Head to its western neighbour, Kirk Fell.

Gable Crag lies to the North and Westmorland Crags, Kern Knottslie and the Napes to the South.  The Napes are an important part of the history of English rock climbing as it is home to the detached pinnacle of Napes Needle (graded HS), one, if not, the first rock climb in this country, in 1886. Arguably, where rock climbing as a sport all began.