When riding or on foot alongside the A592 between Bowness-on-Windermere and the roundabout at Cook’s House Corner, it would be smooth to suppose that there’s little to see of the lake that runs alongside it. Stop at the Rayrigg Meadow car park, and there’s just a huge green hill in front of you – Queen Adelaide’s Hill. Stand on top of that hill, but, and you'll be blown away by means of what you notice.
According to Windermere and Bowness Civic Society, Queen Adelaide’s Hill turned into originally known as Rayrigg Bank, but turned into renamed after Queen Adelaide visited in 1840, coming ashore through boat at Millerground simply underneath. As you will see, Queen Adelaide’s Hill affords the opportunity for some first-rate photographs, specifically if you haven’t got the time to head on a longer stroll. It is just a beautiful, peaceful place which, despite being so near the street, feels to this point from everywhere.