Old stone packhorse bridge, England

Slaters Bridge in Little Langdale is one of the English Lake District national parks iconic views. It’s an old stone packhorse bridge in a lovely setting which took slate miners over the River Brathay on their return to Langdale after a hard day’s work

Ambleside, Cumbria in The Lake District.

LAKE DISTRICT - Ambleside, Cumbria a beautiful place to visit with lots to offer from Hotels, B&B's, Restaurants, Cafes and shops. Also there is some fabulous walks and treks.

The Lake District Map...Ulverstons worth a visit. Stan Laurels birth place.

Postcard map of the Lake District ,UK -- Lizzie Bennet was supposed to take a trip here. Fate intervened, and she ended up visiting Derbyshire.

Derwentwater - Lake District - Cumbria - England

Derwentwater - Lake District - Cumbria - England - one of my favourite places so far

Buttermere, Lake District, England..would love to go for a weekend here!

I think I find MOST HAPPINESS home in the lake district, Buttermere, Lake District, England, with the bulk of Fleetwith Pike at its South-eastern end.

lake district

RIVER ROTHAY stepping stones near Ambleside. ACCESSIBLE via little humpback bridge on road (to Keswick) a few minutes after Ambleside. Turn left (along the flat track .they are not too far, near to The Stepping Stones Guest House).

Good Morning Grasmoor by ▀Tom▀, via Flickr, Lake District, UK

Day 2 - Manchester - Lake District Morning sun on Grasmoor, the Lake District, UK

Waters Edge, Ambleside, Lake Windermere, Lake District. England

One of my favourite picnic spots - Waters Edge, Ambleside, Lake Windermere, Lake District.

Tarn Hows, Lake District, England. My favourite place in the whole world x

(FL) An autumnal view of Tarn Hows near Coniston Water in the Lake District with the Langdale Pikes in the background

Aira Force falls, Cumbria      Mentioned in three of Wordsworth's poems, Aira Force lies one kilometre from     pretty Ullswater in the heart of the Lake District. A small bridge spans the     falls, allowing visitors a clear view to the bottom.

Mentioned in three of Wordsworth's poems, Aira Force lies one kilometre from pretty Ullswater in the heart of the Lake District. A small bridge spans the falls, allowing visitors a clear view to the bottom.

Buttermere Tree

So tranquil such a beautiful shot of nature.

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