5 Autumnal walks in the Lake District
12 months, 52 weeks, 365 days, 4 seasons. Whichever you use the measure a year, the Lake District will still be stunning. However, there is one of these periods when something quite magical happens!
The Lake District National Park is a place that is at the heart of English countryside. It contains 19 major lakes, has the tallest mountain in England (Scafell Pike at 978m), the deepest lake in Wastwater and the longest lake in Windermere. The dramatic scenery of the Lake District is credited with inspiring writers and poets such as Wordsworth, Coleridge and Keats.
It's size and location means there are a huge number of activities available to visitors both on and off the lakes. The town of Keswick provides a hub for many visitors to the Lake District. It's traditional high street and ever-changing lake views make is a great place to visit or stay.
Old Man of Coniston and Levers Water Circular
The Old Man of Coniston is part of the Furness Fells in the Lake District, standing 803m high, and lies to the west of the village of Coniston, and Coniston Water. OS GetOutside Champion duo, TwoTravlrs, take us across this underrated beauty of the Lakes.