Little Langdale Valley is located in the Lake District, Cumbria, England. Nowadays, the valley is nice and peacefull, but over 200 year ago it was a major intersection of all the old pack horse routes carrying goods around the zone. The Brathay River runs the valley, from Little Langdale Tarn to Elterwater. The tarn is of glacial origin and is a nice, natural tarn, enclosed by high cliffs. A small walk from the village of Langdale, near the Slater Bridge, is the famous Cathedral Cave. In the ground of Fell Foot Farm is the "Ting Mound"- an intriguing remain of a Viking settlement, and also the Castle Howe, a small volcanic "lump".