Lake District, the beauty of England, is a heavenly place where all the tourists travel for the breathtaking and mesmerizing natural charming scenes. Lake District is located in North West of England and is well known for its great and natural attraction. There are more than 80 lakes including the West water lake which was honored as “Britain’s Favorite View”.
There are so many ways to explore the Eden. To discover the true nature, beauty, sights, sounds and aroma of the district you have to travel by foot or by bike. The Lake District offers the walk for all aptness from the simulating coast to coast to some of the beautiful short walking routines which is perfect for walking and relaxing in holidays
Whilst in Eden we visited a local pub where there was a game of bingo on. Me and my group decided to join in with the locals. It was good fun with a low cost of just £5 to play with a jackpot of £100. Unluckly I didn’t wind but it was worth it just for the “crack” so to speak. There are a few local pubs in the towns area all still maintained to a traditional standard. I found there are a bunch of new online sites here if you are interested.
Lake District was mapped for cycling with stimulating off road mountain biking routes to gentle country lanes. It is not just some best cycling tracks in the country; it has a fantastic laid out map which completes the cycle network. There are cycle hire points, repair shops electric bike hire points with some dozens of electric bike charge points.
You can also travel to the Lake District by bus, train or your car. The train has two rail links in the area. The Oxenholme to Windermere line connects the main West Coast London – Glasgow Line to the Central Lakes, it is one of the best ways to travel the center of the lake without car. Car is not a suitable option for travelling, if you need to travel to far end corners of Cambria.
Top Three places to explore in Lake District
If you want to explore the best out of the Lake District here are the top three places to visit. These places contain the most beautiful, panorama scenes where you can take photographs and see one of the masterpieces of the world.
1. Coniston Water and Coniston village
It is the third largest lake in the English Lake District. It is five miles long and half a mile wide. The lake is ideal for kayaking and canoeing and there are number convenient sites for launching and recovery. The lake is half a mile down from the village where there are shops, restaurants and places to eat and if you are a art fan then John Ruskin’s home is open to visitors with its beautiful garden and outlook.
2. Windermere Steamers
A visit to Lake District is sour without a visit to Windermere steamers. It is one of the largest and one of the most beautiful places in the district. Travelling by boat is the best option to discover the true natural beauty of the lake.
3. Greendale and Middle Fell, Western Fells
This side of the Lake District boasts spoilt and simple beauty. The area doesn’t get as busy as the Lakes heartlands due its inaccessibility so if you want to travel alone for a walk head to this side. This side has a remarkable beauty of Wasdale and timeless views. It has a beautiful landscape which is best for hiking.