There are over 50 webcams providing unique views around the Lake District. This makes it possible to enjoy some of the impressive views around the National Park from the comfort of your own home. They also serve as a useful way to check driving conditions before travelling, potential risk of flooding as well as general weather conditions.
Here is a selection of just a few of the live webcams from around the Lake District National Park.
Courtesy of Blockhole on Windermere this webcam offers a lakeside view of a section of the Lake District’s largest lake. In the distance you can see some of the mountain peaks that surround the Windermere lake and decorate the skyline.
The webcam provided by Coniston Boating Centre offers a stunning view out to Coniston Water. Jetties dominate the foreground, and the Eastern shore the water is visible in the distance.
Enjoy the views and check out the weather from the Derwentwater Marina webcam. Sit back and relax with the peaceful scene at the village of Portinscale.
Keswick and Skiddaw
There’s a great webcam setup at Keswick courtesy of George Fisher. It provides a spectacular view that stretches as far as Skiddaw mountain in the background. When there’s a break in the clouds you can watch as the light from the sun moves over across the mountains.
Ullswater Steamers provide this Lake District webcam view of Pooley Bridge Pier – a glorious vista with some of the Lakes highest mountains forming the backdrop. This is just snapshot from a sunny day – click the image to visit the live webcam of Ullswater.