Cumbrian Heavy Horses - 6 day pack trips through the UK Lake District riding Clydesdales and Shire horses.  I am SO there!!

Cumbrian Heavy Horses - 6 day pack trips through the UK Lake District riding Clydesdales and Shire horses. I am SO there!!

In 1972 Alfred Wainwright devised the Coast to Coast Walk, which traversed what he described as ‘the grandest territory in the north of England’. The walk starts at St Bees, travelling through Cleator, Ennerdale, Rosthwaite, Patterdale, Shap, Kirkby Stephen, up to Nine Standards Rigg, then out of Cumbria, through the North York Moors National Park, heading towards Robin Hood’s Bay on the East Coast.

In 1972 Alfred Wainwright devised the Coast to Coast Walk, which traversed what he described as ‘the grandest territory in the north of England’. The walk starts at St Bees, travelling through Cleator, Ennerdale, Rosthwaite, Patterdale, Shap, Kirkby Stephen, up to Nine Standards Rigg, then out of Cumbria, through the North York Moors National Park, heading towards Robin Hood’s Bay on the East Coast.

Fell race at Wasdale Shepherds' Meet and Show, Cumbria, England (Highly commended - Living the view) - Patrick Ward.

Fell race at Wasdale Shepherds' Meet and Show, Cumbria, England (Highly commended - Living the view) - Patrick Ward.

Ullswater 'Steamers' is an award winning environmental accredited Lake District attraction celebrating over 150 years of operating lake cruises on England's most beautiful lake, Ullswater.

Ullswater 'Steamers' is an award winning environmental accredited Lake District attraction celebrating over 150 years of operating lake cruises on England's most beautiful lake, Ullswater.

Throughout Cumbria and the Lake District there are a variety of camping barns providing simple accommodation for between eight to eighteen v...

Throughout Cumbria and the Lake District there are a variety of camping barns providing simple accommodation for between eight to eighteen v...

Damson Day – Heralding the arrival of spring! | English Lakes Blog

Damson Day – Heralding the arrival of spring! | English Lakes Blog

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