High Dam

High Dam

Today on the blog, we bring you the simple beauty of High Dam. No activities, no adventures, but sometimes it is just nice to let the images show off what Cumbria has to offer. High Dam is a gorgeous place for a walk and easily accessed, even if you want to visit for...
Sedbergh Gala

Sedbergh Gala

Since we moved in to St Marks Stays, the Sedbergh Gala had never been held, so it was lovely to be able to see the return of it this May and understand what it means to the community to have it back. Featuring local businesses and the community, the gala had...
The Sedbergh Wilson Run Course

The Sedbergh Wilson Run Course

When a friend, who works for Sedbergh School, mentioned she was going to take the opportunity to walk the famous Sedbergh Wilson Run course the morning of the race, we knew we had to join her. Sedbergh School was established in 1525 and back in 1881 the school held...
Ennerdale Water

Ennerdale Water

Situated in the Western Lake District, Ennerdale Water is a reservoir that has beautiful surroundings at every point of the walk around it. To walk around the whole of the water is approximately 8 miles and is fairly flat apart from one small section. You can park by...
A Buttermere Wainwright

A Buttermere Wainwright

With a total of 214 Wainwrights, we decided to tick off a Buttermere Wainwright over the New Year period. It wasn’t the first Wainwright we have walked, but we have a long way to go to be able to say we have achieved all 214 of these walks. Starting from...
Sedbergh Book Town Festival 2018

Sedbergh Book Town Festival 2018

Not everybody knows that Sedbergh is a Book Town and so when a community led initiative brought back the idea of a book town festival, it breathed a fresh lease of life in to the town, attracting quite a bit of media attention. The theme for 2018 was ‘Our...