Watch the stars at Friar's Crag, Lake District

The East shore of Derwentwater, looking south to Castle Crag and the 'Jaws of Borrowdale', on a sunny summers day, Cumbria

Looking down to Derwent Water, framed by fells and mountains, Friar's Crag in Borrowdale offers a peaceful place to observe the night sky.

Listen out for the distinctive 'toowhit-twhoo' of tawny owls, and on a warm evening you'll be able to smell the Scots pines.

Terrain and safety: An easily accessible flat and level route, but please be careful of the unprotected edge at the end of Friar's Crag.

Facilities: WCs in the Lakeside car park.

Location: The viewpoint (grid ref: NY263222) is about ½ mile from the centre of Keswick and 650 metres from the Lakeside car park, grid ref: NY265229.

See the summer stargazing at Mam Tor walk route