Those keen on enjoying a guided walk in the heart of the Lake District may be interested in one such event starting in the Langdales on April 20th.
Beginning at Elterwater Common at 10:30 BST, it will cover 6.9 miles over a six-hour period as it passes Elter Water itself and continues on past Loughrigg Tarn before climbing the 1,099 ft Loughrigg Fell itself, with panoramic views from the fell being a highlight of the day.
Good hiking boots
may be the order of the day as the authority has stated "appropriate footwear" should be worn.
Following shortly after Easter, those who are spending a few days on holiday in tents
may find this a good addition to their Lake District break.
The smallest of the 16 "lakes", Elter Water is actually smaller than some of the "tarns", though it does have a larger surface area than Loughrigg Tarn.
Elter is norse for Swan, meaning the national park does have its own Swan Lake.