When the time is right, we look forward to welcoming visitors back to the Lake District. We are working with our local partners to put measures in place that will help keep people safe.
Our page lakedistrict.gov.uk/coronavirus has a message from our Chief Executive, how the latest coronavirus rules apply across the National Park, updates on our attractions and services, and how you can contact us.
The weather in the Lake District can vary a lot, not just between seasons but even within one day!
Check out today's conditions on our live webcams from around the Lake District National Park.
Our daily weather service, Weatherline, features data direct from the Met Office, with a five day forecast. And between December and April our Fell Top Assessors record winter conditions daily from the summit of Helvellyn, the Lake District's busiest mountain in winter.Check today's weather
We'd love to be able to tell you, but conditions vary enormously from one year to the next. Our Photos - through the seasons gallery shows how different each month can be.
Book a Winter Skills course with our fell top assessors on Helvellyn.
The weather in Britain mostly comes from the Atlantic. When the clouds hit the mountains of the Lake District, they rise, the water vapour within the clouds cools, condenses and falls as rain or snow.
Check out our Walker's Checklist for tips on what to wear and what to bring when walking in the Lake District.
Please read our Climate, weather and climate change section.
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