The Lake District is one of the most beautiful places in England, attracting tourists from all over the world.
Did you know that the Lake District National Park has been awarded World Heritage Site status? It is also one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK, with around 15 million visitors per year. Over 1,800 people live within the boundaries of the park itself, but it spreads out across several different counties (Cumbria, Lancashire and North Yorkshire).
The Cumbrian landscape extends over 154 square miles, making this national park size wise England's largest. The north west region is famous for its picturesque lakes; England's deepest lake - Wastwater (80m), Scafell Pike (978m), England's highest mountain and countless other beautiful views.
An attractive destination for all kinds of tourists including walkers, climbers, cyclists, caravanners and even canoeists.