England's Gorgeous Lake District

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Coniston Water, Cumbria, EnglandConiston WaterCumbria, EnglandConistonwater is a short walk from the village and while there is a cafe and boat rental shop not far from this spot - you'd never know it. It's...Threlkeld Bike Path, Cumbria, EnglandThrelkeld Bike PathCumbria, EnglandThe trains have stopped running between Keswick and Penrith but the track didn't go to waste. It's been converted to a bike path that covers the...Castlerigg Stone Circle, Cumbria, EnglandCastlerigg Stone CircleCumbria, EnglandThere are more than 1000 stone circles in Britain. The Castlerigg Stone Circle is about 1.5km from the town of Keswick. I walked here along the...Catbells, Cumbria, EnglandCatbellsCumbria, EnglandThe walk up Catbells is one of the most popular in Keswick. It's about a 5km walk to the top from the town - most of which is flat until a steep...Grisedale Pike, Cumbria, EnglandGrisedale PikeCumbria, EnglandOn a clear day you'll get amazing views over the North Lakes from Grisedale Pike. You can walk here from Keswick, or drive to Braithwaite to...Walla Crag, Cumbria, EnglandWalla CragCumbria, EnglandIt is ridiculous how easy the walk is to get an amazing view like this over Derwentwater and Keswick. This is from Walla Crag and it's one of my...Derwentwater, Keswick, Cumbria, EnglandDerwentwater, KeswickCumbria, EnglandA kayak is a brilliant way to explore Derwentwater. Hire a kayak from the Derwentwater Marina at Portinscale and have fun paddling out to the...Skiddaw, Cumbria, EnglandSkiddawCumbria, EnglandThere are lots of routes up England's fourth highest fell. The "tourist track" is easy to follow, but it's a particularly boring way to see the...Stickle Tarn, Cumbria, EnglandStickle TarnCumbria, EnglandIt's a short but steep walk up to Stickle Tarn from the road - you essentially follow the flow of water that runs down the hill and used to be the...The Old Man of Coniston, Cumbria, EnglandThe Old Man of ConistonCumbria, EnglandYou can't miss the Old Man when you get to Coniston. The fell is an impressive sight over the village. The climb through the Coppermines Valley is...Ullswater, Cumbria, EnglandUllswaterCumbria, EnglandUllswater can be a little out of the way but a ride on the steamer is such a lovely way to spend the afternoon.Torver Jetty, Cumbria, EnglandTorver JettyCumbria, EnglandTorver Jetty is an easy, flat walk from Coniston and a quiet place to enjoy a picnic lunch. If you can't be bothered walking back, catch the...Helvellyn, Cumbria, EnglandHelvellynCumbria, EnglandCan you believe people are paid to walk up this fell EVERY morning to report on the weather conditions? Yep. That's the fell top assessors. Bless...Tarn Hows, Cumbria, EnglandTarn HowsCumbria, EnglandTarn Hows is one of the most accessible and peaceful spots in the South Lakes. There's a carpark barely 100m from the start of the path. If the van...Wetherlam, Cumbria, EnglandWetherlamCumbria, EnglandThe summit of Wetherlam. There's such a great view from up here (on a clear day). Rather than walk back down the same way, you can continue along...Blencathra, Cumbria, EnglandBlencathraCumbria, EnglandA walk up Blencathra is all fun and games - until the clouds roll in while you're at the summit. Always be prepared and take a map. The weather in...
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