Lake District National Park

Highly recommended
The park covers 2 280km² of lakes and mountains whose cliffs, crags, precipices and countless famous peaks include the stony wastes of Scafell Pike (977m), the highest peak in the region. Lying between the Skiddaw group in the north and The Old Man of Coniston (801m) to the south, the lush green valleys of the west and Lake Windemere to the east, walkers are spoilt for choice. Meadows, heather, bracken and white-stemmed birches characterise the lavish green countryside dotted with villages of slate roofed houses.

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Wilson Park

Nearby tourist attractions

Hardknott Pass
Hardknott Pass
This pass, the highest point of which is
60 minutes
Wrynose Pass
Wrynose Pass
The road passes by the bare slopes of a
60 minutes
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Hardknott Pass
Hardknott Pass
This pass, the highest point of which is
60 minutes
Wrynose Pass
Wrynose Pass
The road passes by the bare slopes of a
60 minutes
See all