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The definitive tourist guide to the Western Lake District
Whether you enjoy birdwatching, invigorating coastal walks or sampling the finest, freshest local seafood, this beautiful, coastal landscape has something to tempt you.
Our Western Lake District brochures below are available to download as PDFs.
Order your copy of the 2015 Holiday Guide to the Lake District & Cumbria and start planning a holiday to remember.
Cumbria Tourism's official 2014 guide to the Lake District, Cumbria.
Essential safety information when visiting the fells so that you can make the most of your visit, in the safest possible way.
The offical guide to the Lake District and Cumbria 2013.
Download or watch the e-brochure here.
If you’re looking for natural beauty and rural charm, a place to escape the crowds and find real countryside adventures, visit the Western Lake District. Download our 12-page brochure that featured in the Guardian in May 2012.
This e-book collates many of the photographs submitted to our photography competition and introduces 40 spectacular views of the Western Lake District...
Our 'Perfect Days Out 2013' brochure has details on all the fantastic things to do while you are visiting.
The Whitehaven leaflet has more details on this picturesque Harbour Town.
The final Walks from the Railway leaflet features Millom Park & Duddon Estuary, Duddon Mosses - Foxfield and Silecroft - Bootle
This second Walks from the Railway leaflet features St Bees - Whitehaven, Muncaster Fell, Ponsonby Fell and Drigg - Ravenglass.
This leaflet features walks in Black Combe, Drigg, Silecroft and Eskdale & Ravenglass.
Featuring walks for each season, taking in the wildlife and natural landscape in the south of the area.
Featuring walks at Black Combe, Black Beck, Circuit of Caw and Circuit of Devoke Water.