They might not be mountains, but some of our members have scaled some pretty impressive rocks! A recent trip by debmercury
saw a huge glacial boulder called the Bowder Stone
, in Keswick, UK. A trip to the top revealed some phenomenal views of the area. Conquering this rock is no small feat- it is estimated to weigh roughly 2000 tons and is 9 meters high. The stone was most likely brought by a glacier via Scotland, and is delicately balanced on one corner. A ladder allows easy access to the highest point.