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• Monday, September 22nd, 2008

…and everywhere else for that matter! 🙂 


The 22nd of September is a special time of year. While many of us are getting back into our normal routines after the summer holidays – kids returning to school, adults returning to work, days getting shorter and the nights drawing in – Mother Nature is beginning her change from lush summer green to golden autumn brown.


Autumn really is a beautiful time of year, and where better to experience it than Ennerdale Bridge – a short 1 mile walk from Ennerdale Water the most westerly and remote of all the Lakes in the Lake District. It is here you can savour the crisp autumn mornings, and wonderful golden sunsets that present many an excellent photo opportunity.


Of autumn in Ennerdale Bridge, the Forestry Commission says:

“The wild valley of Ennerdale is a must see visit in Autumn. The contrast between the golden colors of the larch’s, beech and oaks along the lakeshore with the evergreen of the spruce are magnificient. In addition to the trees changing colours the heather, bracken and bilberry also add new vibrant colors to the mountains above the forest.”

With so many things to see and do in Ennerdale Bridge, from rock climbing, to hiking, mountain biking, the Coast to Coast Walk, or simply relaxing and taking in the scenery, it is a wonderful place to spend some time this autumn.


For excellent accommodation make a reservation at the Ennerdale Bridge Hotel.