With walking now being one of the most pursued pastimes in the UK, it isn’t hard to understand why the Lake District and Cumbria have visitors flocking from nation as well as worldwide locations.
The Lake District, the largest and busiest of England’s National Parks, has a walk to suit anybody. Whether you’re walker/fell runner who wants to bag as many Wainwright’s as is physically possible to those wanting a low level stroll taking in picture postcard scenery like that on offer around Tarn Hows, the Lake District has it all, and let’s not forget the magical coastline too.
From any B&B, hotel or self catering property they will be a bridleway or footpath to enjoy right from the front door. For sustenance midway or at the end then Lake District walking goes hand in hand with Lake District inns and pubs of which there is a huge amount to choose from and of such good quality too in terms of food and ale.
So for whatever type of walker you are, make 2016 the year to visit the Lake District, start waling, carry it on or make it the major pastime, everyone will feel well walking here.