Grizedale Forest :
Grizedale Forest is situated between the lakes of Coniston and Windermere.
The forest provides a perfect introduction to anyone looking for their first
High Dam – Finsthwaite:High Dam is a picturesque tarn located above Finsthwaite at the southern end of Windermere.The dam is surrounded by mixed woodlands
Romney’s Kendal Mint Cake:
Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay ate Romney’s Kendal mint cake on the summit of Mount Everest on 29th May
This artificial lake was created at the end of the 1930s by damming two natural lakes – High Water and Low Water.
Alfred Wainwright – A Lakeland Legend:In June 1930, a 23-year old Blackburn man strolled up Orrest Head near Windermere.At the top, he caught the
5 Must-Do Walks in the Grange Area:Hampsfell:- Hampsfell is a modest hill rising above Grange and is a popular half-day walk for visitors.
Come and ‘wander lonely as a cloud’ and explore Cumbria’s literary heritage with a stay at Lothlorien.From your base in Kents Bank, just outside Grange-over-Sands
Charcoal Man Sculpture:This beautiful sculpture sits in the woods near High Dam, close to Finsthwaite in Cumbria.The charcoal man sculpture commemorates the charcoal burning
Cycling in the Lake District:Cumbria and the Lake District is definitely made for cycling..From the Morecambe Bay cycle route to more challenging off-road mountain
The Watery World At Lakes Aquarium:Lakeside is 2 miles north of Newby Bridge at the southern end of Windermere.It has a large hotel –