|Red Squirrel Campaign 2019|
|Pooley Bridge Replacement|
|Remembering a Significant Event|
|Lake District For Sale, Again|
|Become a Fell Top Assessor|
|Change to the Cumbria Way|
|Great Landscapes Week 2019|
|Helsington Barrows and Scout Scar|
|Lake District volunteers lead the way|
|Expanding our National Park|
|Your Dog and Other Animals|
|Stepping up to the Bowder Stone|
|Yet Another Release of Mapping|
|New Release of our Map Tiles|
|Welcome to our new Web Site|
|Blencathra Trig Detector Ring Returns|
|Dogs and the Lambing Season|
|Got an old GPS? It might stop working on 6th April|
|Winter - Time to check your gear|
|The Fell Top Assessors are Back|
|Glover Landscape Review|
|Blencathra Trig Detector Ring Appeal|
|Can you remember the first shooting star you saw?|
|Duddon Fell Care Day|
|Thirlmere Fell Care Day|
|Tour of Britain hits Cumbria|
|The problem with The Priest's Hole|
|Parking Problems at Seathwaite|
|A New Mountain in the Lake District|
|Hills Database Updated|
|New Release of Map Tiles Now Live|
The Lake District Foundation are asking for your help in conserving the red squirrel population in the Lake District.
Red squirrels used to be common throughout the UK but the non-native grey squirrel which has spread across the UK since early introductions in the 1900s, devastating red squirrel populations in many areas so now there are few remaining populations left in England. read more ...
From today the road bridge at Pooley Bridge will be closed to all traffic for a couple of weeks and after that to vehicles until Spring 2020.
As you may know Pooley Bridge, the bridge over the river Eamont in the eponymous village of Pooley Bridge at the north east end of Ullswater, was washed away during Storm Desmond in December 2015. The bridge was erected in 1764, replacing an earlier bridge from the 16th century and was a lovely thing to behold. read more ...
There are lots of opportunities to remember an event, be it a birth, a death, a wedding, a birthday, or just a happy memory and also help the Lake District.
The Lake District National Park maintain more than 3,100km of paths and bridleways. Millions of visitors, combined with our Cumbrian climate, means they are constantly carrying out improvements and maintenance. By making a donation today you can help us look after this spectacular place now and in the future. read more ...
We were alerted by one of our users that the National Park Authority seem intent on selling off 74.31 acres of mixed woodland and amenity land between Grasmere and Ambleside, in the heart of the Lake District.
We were alerted by one of our users that the Lake District National Park Authority seem intent on selling off 74.31 acres (30.07 hectares) of mixed woodland and amenity land between Grasmere and Ambleside, in the heart of the Lake District. People will long memories will remember that they first tried doing this early in 2015 which resulted in widespread protests. read more ...
The "best" job in the Lake District is up for grabs
We were contacted last week by someone who had used our Cumbria Way guide and found that the way had been moved. We've been researching why.
A lot of people use our guide to the Cumbria Way when planning to walk this long distance path from Ulverston to Carlisle across the Lake District National Park and last week we got an email from Roger who'd walked it recently. He'd found our guide very helpful but wanted to report that the path had been diverted at Newbiggin about one mile north of Ulverston. read more ...