No question the Lake District is the biggest and most visited National Park in England. It was established in 1951 and boasts magnificent scenery including the country’s highest mountain, Scafell Pike, and the biggest and deepest lakes and Windermere respectively.
You know what? Across-the-board 16 lakes, 53 tarns and countless mountains and hills, the Lake District exudes England's beauty at its finest. Recreational activities such as skiing and mountain climbing can be done, as well as fishing, visiting local towns and sightseeing.
Approx. 42,000 people live within the 880 square miles of the Lake District National Park. No wonder approximately 16 million tourists visit the Lake District every year. Most come in July and August and hotel rates can be high during this time. Bank holidays, Easter and Christmas are also popular.
The Lake District is a truly breathtaking sight to behold. Its majestic lakes and tarns lay scattered across rugged, emerald green mountains and rolling plains. Those seeking a leisurely yet exciting holiday should look no further. The region, with its stunning beauty, unforgettable scenery and wealth of activities, guarantees that your holiday will be memorable and worthwhile. Just visit the wonderful place.