Those who love not only to don walking boots
and explore the Lake District Fells but also enjoy some images to remind them of the experience may be keen on getting hold of the Wainwright Society's 2012 calendar.
While the new year may be months away, the society has unveiled its next edition and is taking orders for reserved copies, with the body revealing it is donating proceeds to the Calvert Trust, a charity aimed at helping the disabled to enjoy the outdoors more.
It displays an image of Fleetwith Pike on the front, with the monthly pictures varying from familiar scenes such as the Langdale Pikes and Wastwater Screes to unusual angles on Kirk Fell and Great Gable, or Ullswater's shore in winter.
Those inspired by the images to go walking
more around the national park and the rest of Cumbria can try out three new public rights of way, which were established earlier this month near Grange-over-Sands, Hawkshead and Lorton.