No. The Lake District is a district.
no, the lake district is in cumbria ... but you can drive to the outskirts of the Lake District (Ullswater) in about an hour from Newcastle!
The lake district is so interesting because lots of famous people in the past used to live there. Such as Beatrix Potter, William Wordsworth and lots more! So people come to the lake district to either maybe get inspired by them or to see the beautiful lake Windermere whether it's raining or not, the lake is still beautiful whatever the weather!
Lake District was created in 1951.
The Lake district (in Cumbria, England) is a natural phenomenon and has been called the "Lake District" because it has many lakes since ancient times. The "Lake District National Park" was established 1951 to protect the environment of the Lake District.
There are 51 Mountains in the Lake District.
The lake distict is bigger.
The Lake District is approximately 34 miles (55 km) across.
Peak District: 555 square miles Lake District: 885 square miles
edg I do not know what on earth this means!
wet because it always rains
Lake District Hospital was created in 1971.
The temperature at the lake district is 13 degrees Celsius
The Lake District is just a large area. It is not surrounded by a fence. Lots of places within the Lake District have opening hours.
There are a few different locations of the Lake District Hotels. All are located in the Lake District which is in Cumbria, England, United Kingdom.
the biggest mountain in the lake district is scafell pike
The highest mountain in the lake district is Scafell Pike.
The Lake District where? Many places have lake districts, please resubmit with a more detailed question
Lake Windmere in the Lake District
it is a famous lake in England's lake district.
because people like it
The largest 'Lake is Bassenthwaite Lake, as it is the only actual 'Lake' in the district. All others are meres and waters. The biggest area of water is Windermere Lake.