The Ennerdale valley boasts some of England’s most vibrant natural environments as well as one of the UK’s longest running wild land restoration projects. Ennerdale Water – a glacial lake – is the most westerly lake in the Lake District National Park and is surrounded by some of the highest and best-known fells in the county.

Ennerdale Water is 2 and a half miles long 3/4 of a mile wide and 148 feet deep. The water is unusually clear and is home to a fantastic variety of fish.