The Lake District is recognised worldwide as one of the most appealing tourist destinations in the UK. The high summits of Scafell Pike and Helvellyn contrast starkly with lush-green hillsides, fells, dales and picturesque lakeside scenery.

The Lake District has some of the most spectacular lakes and mountains.  Stunning views and some of England's finest scenery provide a backdrop to the wide choice of attractions and things to do in the Lake District. 

Take a trip to Cumbria and indulge yourself in quality food and drink from cosy Lake District pubs and inns to more formal restaurants. 

For the more adventurous there are plenty of outdoor activities on offer from walking and cycling to rock climbing and abseiling. 

If you prefer an amble around the shops and art galleries there is plenty to keep you entertained, with art exhibitions on throughout the year.  With so many things to do, all year round, you'll never be stuck for ideas or inspiration to make your stay in Cumbria a memorable one.

The Lake District includes England's largest National Park, which includes Scafell Pike - its highest mountain, Wastwater - its deepest lake, Windermere – its longest lake, Hardknott Pass – its steepest road, and thriving communities like Keswick and Bowness-on-Windermere.

Although easily accessible from both the M6 Motorway and West Coast mainline railway, a car is recommended for exploring the more remote parts of the Lake District.

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