Don't miss these highlights for your day out at Tarn Hows.
A steep path through woodland and past the waterfalls, stopping off at the iconic beauty spot of Tarn Hows.
You can now pick up some treats and snacks after your walk around Tarn Hows, from 'Scoopy' the ice cream van, on site 5 days a week.
Tarn Hows is a Lake District classic and this short walk is one anyone can have a go at, with impressive views in every season.
Find out how we're protecting trees and tackling tree disease in our Coniston woodland.
Enjoy picturesque views in the Yewdale Valley on this charming walk with enough height to provide good views of the landscape, but low enough to be not too demanding.
This manageable, low-level walk provides great views of the Langdale Pikes and surrounding fells, along with an insight into the historical industrial past of the area.
A circular run with striking views of two iconic tarns, this trail takes you through some hidden waterfalls and special woodland.
Pass through iconic Lake District farm and woodland, as well as the walled garden and tree collection of Monk Coniston Hall.
The first signs of autumn are beginning to appear, including a bumper crop of fungi in the countryside.
I take a trip up one of the Lake District's most iconic peaks to spend a day with the upland ranger team.
Explore Coniston and enjoy some of the Lake District's most varied landscape. Whether you're there for a holiday or a day trip it'll be a memorable experience.