Lake District repair team fear funds to protect route up England’s highest mountain will fall short as crowdfunding deadline looms
Delve into the world of natural wonders that inspired the author and explore her home on a Lake District family day out
The Lakes’ southern gateway opens up fantastic hiking, cycling and running routes and plenty of spots to savour the views and refuel, says the director of Kendal Mountain Festival
Flights from the south of England, Belfast and Dublin to the small regional airport are set to boost tourism to Cumbria
Remote Bowscale Tarn – a setting rich in myth and literary references – proves an inspiring spot for a dip in the northern lakes, even in the rain. All photographs by Vivienne Rickman-Poole
The lakes, forests and mountains of China’s far north are attracting tourists by the busload, but there’s still plenty of untouched wilderness to enjoy
Set up camp at the intriguingly named Priest’s Hole, a cave on the side of Dove Crag, and then wake up to a penthouse view of the fells
With bracing walks, dramatic scenery and not a tourist in view, visiting the Lake District is more enjoyable in the winter.