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Lake District

What you need to know about Lake District

Famous for its spectacular landscapes and stunning lakes, the Lake District is England’s largest National Park and is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.

 

With 2159km of public footpaths, it is filled with adventure from the exhilaration of the mountain summits to the open water lake to take a swim.

 

Treetop treks, boat rides and Whinlatter Forest, England’s only true mountain forest and visitor centre, provides fun for the whole family.

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions About Lake District

What is there to do in the Lake District?

Stunning scenery, beautiful walks and a place to relax and recharge. However, there are still plenty of things to do for the whole family. Keep an eye out for our ‘Guide to the Lake District’ coming out soon on our blog pages.

What can families do in the Lake District?

The Lake District is packed with activities for the whole family. Watersports on the Lakes, explore Grizedale Forest or visit the Lake District Wildlife park.

Lake District weather forecast

Forecast

Tue 15 Jun

14°C

Tue 15 Jun

Partly cloudy

Wed 16 Jun

11.5°C

Wed 16 Jun

Patchy rain possible

Thu 17 Jun

13.7°C

Thu 17 Jun

Patchy rain possible

Fri 18 Jun

12.7°C

Fri 18 Jun

Patchy rain possible

Sat 19 Jun

13.3°C

Sat 19 Jun

Cloudy

Sun 20 Jun

13.8°C

Sun 20 Jun

Partly cloudy

Mon 21 Jun

15.4°C

Mon 21 Jun

Patchy rain possible

Travel Essentials

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