Author: James

The Langdale Valley in the Lake District
Lake District Walks

A Photo Tour of the Cumbria Way

The Cumbria Way is a long-distance footpath that starts in Ulverston in South Cumbria and ends up in the county’s capital city, Carlisle, in the north. It’s a tough, 70-mile

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Path through the Rannerdale Bluebells
Lake District Walks

The Rannerdale Bluebells

While now they’re fairly well known, the Rannerdale Bluebells used to be something of a hidden gem familiar only to locals and a few visitors from outside of Cumbria. Nowadays, the

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Brandelhow Bay Jetty on Derwentwater
Photoblog

A Tour of the Lake District Jetties

There’s something strangely mystical about a Lake District jetty. They stretch off far into the water, the calm water lapping below them and tall mountains in the background tempting you

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Walk around Buttermere
Lake District Walks

Buttermere and Haystacks Walk

The walk around Buttermere is a very pleasant one. Add to it a hike up Haystacks and you’ve got yourself a huge number of fantastic views, excellent photography opportunities, and

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Panorama of Windermere in winter with mountains covered in snow
Photoblog

The Lake District in Winter

When the winds are howling in an angry roar, the rain is lashing down in sheets and the temperature keeps you packed tightly in multiple layers, it can be easy

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