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Regional Map of Cumbria divided into our abitary regions and showing the National Park Boundary.
Buttons to the left of the map connect with information about each region.
See also our map of main road and rail routes (link to left)



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North Cumbria - Carlisle & the Borders
North Cumbria - Maryport & the Solway Firth
North Cumbria - Keswick and the north lakes
Penrith, Alston and the Eden Valley
Eamont - Ullswater and Haweswater
The Pennines - Appleby, Kirkby Stephen and Sedbergh
South Lakeland - Brathay, Rothay, Langdale and Grasmere
Crake Valley - Coniston and Grizedale
Leven Valley - Windermere and Hawkshead
Kendal with the Lune, Kent, Winster and Lyth Valleys
Morecambe Bay - Barrow, Ulverston and the Cartmel and Furness Peninsulas
Cockermouth, Lorton Vale, Crummock Water and Buttermere
Ehen - Whitehaven, Egremont, Ennerdale & St Bees
Irt - Wasdale, Gisforth, Irton and Seascale
Eskdale and the Duddon Valley

MAP INDICATING DIVISION OF WAINRIGHTS WALKING GUIDES

The map on the right has been created to indicate the different regions covered by Wainright's famous mountain walking guides. This set of books, recently updated and republished by Frances Lincoln, are essentail items for any serious Lakeland fell waker. Wainright carefully divided the fells of the Lake District into seven regions, or mountain groups, bounded by the rivers or valleys. As can be seen, the valleys are rather like spokes radiating from a hub, and the regions take advantage of this. The area covered by each book as been marked with the colour traditionally used for the book cover. In addition to these books, an additional 'Guide to the Outlying Fells' was produced which describes walks up many of the lower fells which surround the main mountain area, often easy walks but with rewarding views.




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