The name Kingsdale derives from a combination of Old Norse and Old English, Kyen and Dael, which means 'The valley where the cows were kept'.
The Ease Gill valley carries the waters of Leck Beck, parts of which feed the Ease Gill Caverns cave system which lies beneath the moors.
Bowness on Windermere is a sprawling tourist town on the shore of Windermere lake.
A great Elizabethan house with extensive grounds including parkland and various themed gardens.
The main part of the house at Ickworth is the notable 'Rotunda' a round two story building with domed roof, flanked by two wings in a crescent shape.
Haweswater is an artificially extended reservoir formed from the much smaller original lake that was roughly half the size and occupying the Northern half of the current reservoir.
Castlerigg stone circle remains unencumbered by modern development and is one of the finest examples of a large irregular stone circle in England.