We all have to put up with January and February – the cold, the long dark evenings. No wonder they’re generally considered to be the two least appealing months of the year in the UK. But March to May breathes new life into the landscape, a time when the Lake District National Park truly comes alive again. Stunning green landscapes return, daffodils, bluebells, fields dotted with new-born lambs frolicking in the sunshine. Lakes shimmering under cloudless skies. And pretty villages and historic towns once again teem with life.
Spring in the Lake District. Is there anywhere you’d rather be?
If you’re visiting the Lake District this Spring, what have you got planned? If you’re unsure, hopefully we can provide a little
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