National Trust in the Lake District & Cumbria
The National Trust’s most important work in Cumbria is the conservation of about one quarter of the Lake District National Park. Almost all the central fell area and the major valley heads are owned or held on lease by the trust, 91 farms, twenty four lakes and tarns, and much of their shoreline are also fully protected. These 123,500 acres are about a quarter of the National Trust’s entire holding.
The Main National Trust Properties
National Trust Lakes
National Trust Tarns
Other National Trust properties open to the public
National Trust Landscape
Other places not on here yet – Arnside Knott, Cockshott Point, Dunnerdale, Plumpton Marsh, Sandscale Haws, Solway Commons, Wetherall Woods, Whitemoss Common.