Towns, Lakes, Mountains and Passes to visit in Lake District National Park including pictures and videos
Also known as the The Lakes, Lake District in England is the largest National Park among the major 15 National Parks in Great Britain. Lake District National Park, the most visited national park in the UK is also home to all the highest land in England that is over 915 metres or three thousand feet above sea level. Windermere, the longest lake in England and Wastwater, the deepest in England are also located in Lake District.
Keswick is one of the popular towns in Lake District National park perfect for easily accesible mountain walks, ancient 700 year old market, lakeside walks and much more. Click here for Tourist information on Keswick, including pictures, videos and recommended things to do
Tarn Hows is located in the Lake District National Park boasting charming tarn (lake) and is one of the top scenic destinations in the North West of England attracting over 500,000 visitors each year. Click here for visitor information on Tarn Hows, including pictures and recomended things to do
Derwentwater Lake is located in Keswick, north Lake District, offering spectacular views of the surrounding hills locally known as ‘fells’. Numerous scenic walks and cruse/boat ride are the main attractions of Derwentwater Lake. Click here for visitor information on Derwentwater Lake, Walks and boat rides including pictures and things to do
Grasmere is a beautiful little village, in the middle of the Lake District, with a view of stunning mountains and fells surrounding it. The town has lovely unique shops and cafes making for a most pleasant visit or a base for a longer holiday exploring the Lake District. Click here for visitor information on Grasmere, things to do, walks and pictures of Grasmere