“With its rugged fells, softly flowing streams, glittering tarns and wide open lakes, the Lake District is England’s most popular National Park. Covering 2,362 square kilometres of protected land, it’s still easy to find an isolated felltop to breathe in the fresh Cumbrian air and escape modern life here.”
Ramble through the fells and sip hot chocolate in a rustic café by day. Try wild swimming in deep, blue tarns. Explore the Lake District’s thriving food scene – from farm shops to wood-fired pizza restaurants. Wander through galleries and bookshops to soak up the literary and artistic culture of this area. Come nightfall, tuck into a hearty dinner beside an open fire in a country pub, before bundling yourself into a fellside cabin.
This is a place where time goes slow and the weight of the world feels so very far away.
In this guidebook, you’ll find 15 walks with full route descriptions and hand-drawn maps, as well as over 250 pages of carefully selected sites of interest, pubs, cafés, villages and accommodation across the National Park to make planning your next trip to Lakeland a lot easier.
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