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Cumbria

TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City
With Pennines, valleys, lakes, moorlands and salty seascapes, Cumbria is where Nature is in a perennial celebration. Of course it’s best known for Lake District that has 20 major water bodies. But there are so many other sights too, ready to sweep you off your feet. Take a cruise of the beautiful Derwentwater, explore Ullswater and Cat Bells and of course the majestic mountains as Cumbria is host to every mountain over 3000 ft mark in England. The rugged beauty spoils the mountain bikers, climbers and adventure walkers with choices. Visit the Dove Cottage, the Lakes Aquarium, the Rum Story, for literally, the story of creation of this beverage, the Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery and more. You can even go biking at the Lake District, go horseback riding in the rugged landscape, take a hot air balloon ride across the region and marvel at the countryside or take classes in kite surfing. You can escape to the coastline for some solitude, but no matter where you go, every click will come out be postcard-perfect.
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Derwentwater

Derwentwater

Cruise the calm waters of the Derwentwater Lake, which is the principal body of water to the Lake District National Park. One of the vital water bodies in the area, which is fed by the River Derwent, it occupies an area of 5.2 km and has a depth of 18 ft. There are numerous islands within the lake and an 18th century residence called Derwent Island House, which is open for public viewing on five days each year. Surrounded by many hills known as ‘fells’ in local parlance, it is a place where you indulge in walks and boat cruises.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Ullswater

Ullswater

The second largest lake in the Lake District, Ullswater has a maximum depth at 19 7ft. It is said to be the most beautiful of all the lakes in England and is a much sought after tourist destination that is most often compared to Lake Lucerne in Switzerland. It flows in the shape of a stretched ‘Z’ and is surrounded by hills and mountains. Enjoy activities such as sailing, swimming and boat cruises here. Alternatively, sit for hours on the adjoining hills and stare at the lake taking in the quiet and peace that the landscape offers.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Catbells Fell

Catbells Fell

One of the most popular ones in this area, Cat Bells is a ‘fell’ or a hill in the Lake District that stands at a height of 1,480 ft. It has a very characteristic shape that can be seen by one and all around this area and is quite popular for hikes and treks among adventure lovers. From the summit, you get absolutely stunning views of Derwentwater, Bassenthwaite Lake, Skiddaw and the Newlands Valley. Go hiking or trekking the rugged plains and mountainous regions of Cat Bells and satiate your adventure cravings.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Cumberland Pencil Company

Cumberland Pencil Company

The earliest evidence of pencil making in the area was in 1832. The name of the company was changed to the present Cumberland Pencil Company as it was eventually bought by Rexel.Today it showcases the world’s largest colouring pencil, traces the history of the company and also conducts workshops. Apart from learning the origin of pencil making, you also learn about graphite mining and the story about how pencils were used in WWII. You can even draw a picture of the visit and buy art material that is for sale. Discover the colourful world of pencils and more here.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City  South Lakes Safari Zoo

South Lakes Safari Zoo

Formerly known as the South Lakes Wild Animal Park, this zoo was thrown open to the public in 1994 and is sprawled over an area of 51 acres. It houses over 1,000 animals covering more than 150 species at last count, and until recently was the only zoo in England to own both Siberian as well as Sumatran tigers. Apart from them, they also have African lions, Sri Lankan leopards, a snow leopard, lemurs, spider monkeys, kangaroos, wallabies, and a collection of reptiles and birds. Animal and bird lovers, do pay a visit.

Image Courtesy: Sue Burton Photography Ltd / Shutterstock
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City  Honister Slate Mine

Honister Slate Mine

Skywalk, climb or simply take a tour of the Honister Slate Mine, which is the last working slate mine in the UK. Situated in the heart of the Lake District, it is supposedly the wettest place in England. This mine is said to have been in existence even during the Roman times and fragments of Honister slate have been found at the Roman Baths. However, now this place is used as a spot for adventure sports such as rope bridge climbing, vertical climbing and climbing up the inner roof and caverns of the mine.

Image Courtesy: Robin Van den Hende
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City The Rum Story

The Rum Story

Situated in Whitehaven in Cumbria, The Rum Story is exactly as it states—it showcases the story of the creation of rum and its trade. It is set up in the original 1785 shop, cellars and warehouses of the Jefferson family who imported wine, rum and different spirits for 200 years up until 1998. It is now a museum that is made to look like an old village in Georgetown, Guyana where you will also come across a tropical rainforest, a life size slave ship and Cumbrian-styled cottages. Wrap up your trip with a warm drink or even the famous Afternoon Tea.

Image Courtesy: visitcumbria.com
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Lakes Aquarium

Lakes Aquarium

Located in the Lakeside village, Lakes Aquarium opened in 1997 and is the third most-visited attraction in Cumbria. It showcases marine animals from saltwater and freshwater lakes with its theme being the lakes of the world. Discover different types of underwater creatures such as angelfish, ducks, piranhas, catfish, toads, otters, and others. Marvel at the Virtual Diving Bell, which displays images of underwater scenes on three semi-spherical graphic screens. Take a walk through the amazing underwater tunnel and learn about marine life through the education programme offered by the team.

Image Courtesy: Joe Anderson via Wikimedia Commons
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Centre Parcs Whinfell Forest

Centre Parcs Whinfell Forest

Spend a day or the weekend with your friends and family at the massive Center Parcs Whinfell Forest, which is styled around an all-inclusive Village concept. It offers accommodation and usage of the recreational facilities in the surrounding forest, the beach and the adventure playground. This Village is nestled within 400 acres of natural woodland with trees, flora, fauna, and consists of restaurants, cafés, shopping outlets and a world-class spa. It was designed to provide short breaks and consists of more than 200 indoor as well as outdoor activities.

Image Courtesy: clry2 via Flickr
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Windermere

Windermere

This is the largest naturally formed lake in England stretching over 18 km and has a depth of 219 ft. It is also the country’s most popular holiday destination or having a summer home. Windermere is a long ribbon lake that was formed 13,000 years ago by two glaciers. Four large boating clubs exist around the lake—the Windermere Motor Boat Racing Club, the lake District Boat Club, the Royal Windermere Yacht Club and the Windermere Cruising Association. Spend a day enjoying the scenic views of the Lakeland fells as you cruise through Lake Windermere.

Image Courtesy: JuliusKielaitis / Shutterstock
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Horseback Riding

Horseback Riding

Go discovering the various fells, mountains and the rugged landscape with Cumbrian Heavy Horses. These horses are quite special and are a rare breed, which have been used as farm hands by the older generations. They are characterised by their thick manes, dark coloured coats, short but powerful legs and an affable nature. Hitch a ride on these wonderful beasts and go galloping or cantering along the stunning coastlines and miles of landscape without a soul to be seen.

Image Courtesy: Serge Melki via Flickr
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Hot Air Balloon Ride

Hot Air Balloon Ride

Hop on to a hot air balloon ride with Virgin Balloon Flights that celebrated its 21st year of existence in 2015. They pride themselves on being the largest commercial hot air balloon company globally and the experience cannot be explained as you gently float over the breathtaking landscapes in the UK at a height of 5,000ft. As you take in the visual treat and touch down on terra firma, you will be handed a flute of Champagne with the desire to repeat the ride once again.

Image Courtesy: Paul Williams via Flickr
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Orrest Head

Orrest Head

This is a hill or ‘fell’ situated towards the east of Windermere in the Lake District. The views from here are simply breathtaking as you look out towards the railway station, town centre and the northern end of Windermere with the clouds descending on it like a tablecloth. You can park your vehicle at the two ‘labybys’ situated at the bottom of the hill and start your ascent admiring the landscape around you. You'll need a moment to recover as you emerge to this view from the trees and take in the absolute magnificence of it all.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Dove Cottage

Dove Cottage

All you poetry and specifically Wordsworth lovers, this one’s for you. Visit the Dove Cottage, a house located in Grasmere in the Lake District most famously known as the residence of the renowned poet William Wordsworth and his sister Dorothy. They lived here from 1799 to 1808. This is also the period during which he penned down most of his poetry that he is popular for even today. It was acquired in 1890 by the Wordsworth Trust and converted to a home museum, sees about 70,000 tourists annually. Take a tour of the beautiful house and the garden.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Biking

Biking

The Lake District is a perfect setting for cycling and mountain biking with trails that range from the gentle country lanes to the more challenging and demanding routes. You can either hire or bring your own bike here and explore the lazy countryside nestled between lakes and meadows and bordered by towering hills and mountains. For adventure seekers, you may try out the 174 mile Hadrian’s Cycleway, which is a combination of many routes and tracks that passes through the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Hadrian’s Wall.

Image Courtesy: Leon Wilson via Flickr
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Helm Crag

Helm Crag

- This is a ‘fell’ or hill situated in the northern end of Grasmere in the Lake District. Even though it is low in height, it can easily be sighted from anywhere in the adjoining village. It rises to a height of 197ft and is one of the most well-known and recognised hills in the area. It is also referred to as ‘The Lion and the Lamb’ owing to its characteristic summit rocks and its distinctive profile that can be seen from a particular vantage point. Climb this lovely mountain and simply enjoy the solitude and sights around you.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City River Brathay

River Brathay

River Brathay, meaning ‘broad river’ in the Old Norse language is 1,289-ft above sea level near the Wrynose Pass. The river is formed by the union of the Wrynose Beck and the Widdy Gill with a few stretches being quite popular with canoeists. It also lends its name to the Brathay Hall situated at the river’s union with the River Rothay that flow together into Windermere.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City World of Beatrix Potter Attraction

World of Beatrix Potter Attraction

Relive your childhood memories when you enter The World of Beatrix Potter Attraction. Meet Peter Rabbit, Jemima Puddle Duck and the entire host of characters that made reading books an enjoyable experience. Learn about Beatrix Potter’s life in a three-dimensional display that also showcases how the countryside and surrounding area gave rise to some of her illustrations. Admire the 15 ft high bronze statue of three children releasing Jemima Puddle Duck, the outdoor Peter Rabbit Garden and the famous garden gate.

Image Courtesy: www.shearings.com
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Rydal Hal

Rydal Hal

Built in the 16th century and home to the Le Fleming family, Rydal Hall has been through a series of alterations and additions in subsequent years. In 1963, it was converted into a conference centre and later on into a recreational and world-class resort. The gardens in front of the hall are geometrically designed and have concrete columns with roses intertwined all over it. You can even hear the sound of water gushing down a series of high waterfalls and witness a path of sculptures on the grounds.

Image Courtesy: Jpbowen via Wikimedia Commons
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Holehird Gardens

Holehird Gardens

The Holehird Gardens is situated within the Holehird Estate and managed by the Lakeland Horticultural Society. The gardens in front of the nursing house are open to the public, however the surrounding paths and the house itself aren’t. The gardens are set on an area of 5 acres and you can get some of the best views of Lakeland from here. Stroll along the many azaleas, rhododendrons, peach trees, orchids, and the large collection of diverse plants. Explore spectacular views of the district as you enjoy a quiet picnic or a walk.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Kite Surfing

Kite Surfing

Kite surfing is a relatively new sport that started since 1995 in UK; however, it steadily gained popularity.. Incidentally the current five-time kite surfing world champion, Aaron Hadlow hails from the UK. You can join a coaching class to make the most of this adrenalin-fuelled sport and glide through the water and air while you explore the various beaches of Cumbria.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Great Langdale

Great Langdale

The Great Langdale encompasses a vast area of 12,170 acres that stretches from Ambleside via Clappersgate, Skelwith Bridge, Elterwater, Chapel Stile and the Mickledon Valley. The best way to explore and take in the sights of this massive landscape is by indulging in a leisurely walk or hike along the various ‘fells’ such as Crinkle Crags, Rossett Pike and the Langdale Pikes. See the sheep grazing away peacefully in front of the white-washed cottages and an impressive collection of rare and unusual shrubs and plants at the mountain garden. See remote farms, cottages, ancient bridges and discover some of Britain's most photographed scenery.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Theatre By The Lake

Theatre By The Lake

This is a theatre located in Keswick with a capacity to seat 400 people. Been in existence since 1999, it is Cumbria’s leading theatre company, which offers screenings of films, music and festivals such as the Keswick Mountain Festival. The theatre was inaugurated by Dame Judi Dench and her late husband Michael Williams who were Presidents of this place. More than 600 performances are staged here annually and it warmly welcomes touring theatres, dance companies and music bands. Watch Richard Hannay solve the mystery of 39 steps where four actors play 139 roles in 100 minutes.

Image Courtesy: Keith Pattison
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery

Unravel the mysteries surrounding the various artefacts and displays coupled with the paintings and drawings in the art gallery, at the Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery. Take a step back in time when you read about the Hadrian’s Wall, grind corn like the Celts, see the railway carriages during the Edwardian times and the marauding Border Reivers. Admire the collection of Pre-Raphaelite paintings and some of the stained glass windows that exist at St Martin’s Church in Brampton.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Cumbria Featured City Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway

Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway

Look out for the brightly coloured steam engines of the Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway, which takes you on a memorable journey on quaint-coloured carriages from the small village of Ravenglass to the Dalegarth station in Eskdale. From the station you can go out discovering the local countryside and explore the old but still fully functional Eskdale Mill. There are gift shops at the stations at both ends selling all sorts of souvenirs and memorabilia to take back home with you.

Image Courtesy: Sue Burton Photography Ltd / Shutterstock
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