Lake District Webcams

Webcams, along with weather stations, are a potentially useful source of information about the weather now in the Lake District and these are some of the ones we're currently aware of. If you know of any others then please let us know, especially if they fill in gaps in the map.

One word of warning however: it's not unusual for them to stop producing new images. However most of them are time stamped so it's easy enough to check that the image is up to date.

This is where they are all located. You can click on their icon to get to their details quickly.

Here's details of each webcam. Note that the images you see below and on the map are samples, mainly taken on nice days. Click on any of them to see the latest available version.

Keswick Computers WebcamKeswick Computers Blencathra Webcam

Keswick Computers have a live webcam in Keswick looking towards Skiddaw and a second in Threlkeld looking towards Blencathra.  

Ambleside Climbers Shop webcam sample image

The Climbers Shop in Ambleside have a webcam looking over the roof tops to the Fairfield horseshoe.  


Ullswater Steamers webcam sample image

Ullswater Steamers have a live video webcam pointing along their landing stage at Pooley Bridge.  


Derwent Water Marina webcam

Derwent Water Marina have a live video webcam pointing across their dinghy park at the top of Derwent Water.  


Three Shires Inn webcam

The Three Shires Inn in Little Langdale have a webcam which pans in various directions, including Little Fell, Holme Fell and Wetherlam.  


George Fisher's webcam sample image

George Fisher have a webcam pointing across Keswick to the slopes of Skiddaw. This is live video and, at busy times, you don't get a picture. George Fisher are aware and are looking at upgrading it but for now just try again later.  


Windermere Cruises Lakeside webcam

Windermere Lake Cruises have a number of webcams at Lakeside, you can choose the view. This sample image is the one pointing northwards to the Fairfield Horseshoe.  


  View from Kirkstone Pass weather station

Cumberland Council has a number of weather stations and webcams in the area. This is the view from the one on the A592 looking towards the Kirkstone Pass Inn car park, and the junction with The Struggle road down into Ambleside.  


Wasdale Head Inn webcam

Wasdale Head Inn have a webcam looking towards Great Gable and Kirkfell which is updated every fifteen minutes.  


Coppermines Cottages Office webcam

The Coppermines Lakes Cottages have a webcam looking down into the heart of Coniston village.  


The Langstrath Country Inn webcam sample image

The Langstrath Country Inn in Stonethwaite have a webcam pointing up Borrowdale which is updated every fifteen minutes.  


Lingholm Estate webcam sample image

The Lingholm Estate have a live video webcam on their boathouse looking across Derwent Water towards Skiddaw, Latrigg and Blencathra.  


Visit Keswick webcam

The Keswick Tourism Association web cam offers a live video feed looking up Main Street into Market Square right in the centre of Keswick.  


Ambleside Salutation web cam

The Ambleside Salutation Hotel & Spa have a streaming video webcam looking across Ambleside town centre towards Loughrigg Fell.  


Fern Howe webcam sample image

Fern Howe Guest House in Braithwaite have a panning live video webcam which looks over the village and surrounding fells.  


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