Discover a hidden valley and the perfect picnic spot beside a cascading fall
On a clear night see some 4,000 stars sparkling in our universe on a short walk at Friar's Crag, a magical location for both stargazing and wildlife spotting.
A special 'leave no trace' arts project of a song cycle performed and recorded on the top of Great Gable and the other fells gifted by the Fell and Rock Climbing Club.
This invigorating walk takes you into the heart of the Lake District hills on an ancient pack horse route with stunning mountain views.
Most visitors to Keswick end up coming to see the Bowder Stone. Discover the intriguing story behind the boulder.
Upland path ranger Jordan takes time on a winter's day to reflect on a year on the Lake District fells and the importance of leaving projects looking as if he was never there.
It may be small but Cat Bells is perfectly formed for the casual walker. We advise you arrive by boat rather than car as the narrow local roads can get clogged.
The north lakes upland rangers battle icy conditions in a race against time to complete this season's mission before winter takes hold
The scenery is as dramatic as its name. This area of outstanding beauty gives twists and turns and breathtaking views.
An easy lakeside amble along Derwent Water in the Lake District, following in the footsteps of National Trust co-founder Octavia Hill.
How does an ice monitoring station on Great End in Borrowdale help ice-climbers conserve rare and endangered populations of alpine plants?
Explore the origins of Borrowdale as you walk from Grange to Castle Crag, an area that has been described as ‘the finest square mile in Lakeland’.
Love walking in the Lake District? Ever wondered who cares for the upland paths and precious habitats beneath your feet?
Derwent Water's wildlife is threatened by a tiny green menace.
Four permanent islands lie in the waters of Derwent Water. Find out more about them and about the mysterious extra one which pops up once a year at the end of summer!
Explore Derwent Water in Borrowdale on foot or grab a paddle and glide on the 'Queen of the Lakes' to island idylls. Look out for wildlife in and out of the water.
Enjoy magnificent views in every season on this walk over Derwent Water, the ‘Jewel of the Lake District’.
Along this favourite walk that takes you to a Borrowdale gem - the hamlet of Watendlath, you'll discover oak woodland, two tarns (mountain ponds) and stunning Lakeland views.