Lake District

The Lake District National Park is located entirely within the county of Cumbria, North-west England, and covers an area of over 900 square miles. It was established as a national park in 1951, and in 2017 was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. All the land in England higher than 3000 feet above sea level lies within the park, including Scafell Pike, the highest mountain. The Lake District also contains the deepest and largest natural lakes in England, Wast Water and Windermere respectively. Head over to the official website for more information.


Lake District walking routes

Bowscale and High Pike
11 miles

Braithwaite and Causey Pike
12 miles

Braithwaite and Whinlatter Forest
10 miles

Dockray and Aira Force
7 miles

Eskdale and Scafell Pike
11 miles

Glenridding and Helvellyn
12 miles

Gutherscale and Dale Head
11 miles

Keswick and Derwent Water
11 miles

Keswick and Walla Crag
12 miles

Legburthwaite and Clough Head
12 miles

Mungrisdale and Bannerdale Crags
10 miles

Patterdale and Fairfield
9 miles

Patterdale and Martindale
12 miles

Pooley Bridge and Loadpot Hill
14 miles

Portinscale and Carl Side
11 miles

Seathwaite and Scafell Pike
10 miles

Shap Abbey and Swindale Common
12 miles

Threlkeld and Blencathra
12 miles

Threlkeld and Castlerigg
13 miles

Threlkeld and Hausewell Brow
11 miles

Threlkeld and Lonscale Fell
13 miles