Cumbria is a magnet for walkers and mountaineers keen to climb the many fine peaks, hills and fells.
Whether you want to scale a mountain like Scafell Pike, England's largest peak, or take an easier walk across somewhere like Helm Crags, Cumbria is the place for you.
The main attraction in Cumbria is the Lake District National Park, which includes the Cumbrian Mountains, 15 lakes and some of England's highest mountains such as Scafell which is 3,210 ft high. In many valleys you can almost imagine the ice age, when glaciers ground their way down to the sea, carving huge valleys on their journey to melt in the Irish Sea, creating an area well used nowadays for leisure, mountain biking, hiking, mountaineering or just a plain afternoon stroll along the edge of the many lakes.
Cumbria has a tourism side, known as the English Lake District, comprising of many small and medium size towns and villages. Kendal being the main town, although not within the National Park borders, it is looked at as the major town for the area. From Kendal you enter the Lake District National Park on your way to Windermere, arguably the gateway to The Lakes.
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