Ali Phillips | Girl About The Lake District
Making memories in The Lake District
I’m Ali, an ex-dancer, come instructor and currently working in outdoor retail with a big old love for the mountains and lakes. I also run my own company as an outdoor swim guide in The Lake District. Any spare time I have is spent outside with friends trying any outdoor sport that I can and dancing on mountain tops, followed by a pint and a bowl of chips in a local pub!
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48 Hours in The Lake District - What to do on a weekend in The Lake District

The Lake District National Park is 2,362km², the largest in England, and is home to some of the greatest, most beautiful and dramatic scenery there is - in my opinion anyway! There are limitless things to do here and although one person managed to run all 214 of the Wainwright Fells in 5 days, 23 hours and 49 minutes, it takes most people the best part of a lifetime. There’s plenty to do in-between as well so if walking mountains isn’t your thing there’s still so much to keep you busy.
The Lake District is also home to England's wettest inhabited place, Seathwaite, but we get plenty of sun too and if you ask anybody the mountains look incredible in any weather. So, pack your waterproof (and your factor 50!) and get yourself here for 48hrs in the Lake District!

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