The Lake District has been named one of the 30 best holidays in the UK for 2024.

According to The Telegraph "2024 will break records for global tourism," so what does that mean for UK tourism? 

According to the publication, continuing demand for sustainable, lower-carbon breaks is a contributing factor to Britain becoming a top choice and for that matter, Cumbria.

For instance, this year should see the completion of the 2,700-mile King Charles III England Coast Path, the longest-managed coast path in the world.

Abta’s latest report reveals that 58 per cent of Britons are planning a UK trip in 2024. 


Conquer the fells in the Lake District

The Telegraph said: "New year, new challenge? HF Holidays has launched a collection of challenge hikes for 2024. Mostly doable in a long weekend, they require a little more effort than your average countryside stroll but deliver a lot of satisfaction.

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"For instance, scale Scafell. Meet like-minded walkers over a cream tea at HF’s Derwent Bank country house, take a warm-up walk to Cat Bells, then tackle the roof of England.

"It’s a good option for solos: there’s no extra charge for a single room."

So looking to get away this summer but don't fancy travelling too far? Well, the answer is simple.

The Lake District offers so much for tourists, from marauding hills to leafy villages, it is an explorers dream and could be the perfect holiday for you.