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  1. Eden Valley

    The Eden Valley runs northward through the county of Cumbria from its source high on the fells at Mallerstang and enters the sea 91 miles later at Carlisle.

  2. Penrith

    Penrith is a small market town in Cumbria, to the north-east of the Lake District.

  3. Brampton (Cumbria)

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  4. Alston
  5. Appleby in Westmorland

    Appleby in Westmorland is a small town in Cumbria, North West England.

  6. Carlisle

    Carlisle is an English cathedral and historical fortress city located in the modern county of Cumbria, at the northern end of the Lake District and 10 miles from the Scottish border. It's an ideal base for exploring the English Lake District, the world famous Hadrian's Wall and the Northumberland National Park.

  7. Haltwhistle

    Haltwhistle is a small, but pleasant, town near Hadrian's Wall in Northumberland, England.

  8. Ambleside

    Ambleside is a town in Cumbria. It is located at the head of Windermere, England’s largest lake, within the Lake District National Park.

  9. Windermere

    Windermere is a town in Cumbria. Unless you are local, the town is often confused with the lake itself, with which it shares the name.

  10. Kendal (England)

    Kendal, located in Cumbria, is a market town of some 30,000 inhabitants. It describes itself as "The Gateway to the Lakes".

  11. Gretna

    Gretna is located in Dumfries and Galloway in South West (Scotland). It is known as a border town, the border with England being just to the south.

  12. Grasmere

    Grasmere is a lakeside village in the Lake District National Park, best known as the home to poet William Wordsworth

  13. Bowness-on-Windermere

    Bowness-on-Windermere is the main tourist centre for the South Lakes area of Lake District National Park.It lies within The Historic County Boundaries of Westmorland.

  14. Keswick
  15. Sedbergh

  16. Hadrian's Wall

    Hadrian's Wall was built by the Roman Empire to protect their colony in England from the Pictish tribes in Scotland. It stretches for 87 miles across the north of England from the Irish Sea to the North Sea in the counties of Cumbria, Northumberland and Tyne and Wear.

  17. Hawkshead

    Hawkshead is a picturesque village in Lake District National Park, technically the smallest true town in Britain.

  18. Coniston

    Coniston is a picturesque lakeside village in the Lake District National Park. Coniston sits next to Coniston Water, the Lake District's third largest lake is the home to many attempts at the world water speed record.

  19. Lake District National Park

    thumb|350px|The twisting route to the summit of Helvellyn on the left, England's third highest peak.

  20. Kirkby Lonsdale
  21. Arnside and Silverdale

    Arnside and Silverdale is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in North West England on the border between Lancashire and Cumbria

  22. Annan

    Annan is a town in Dumfries and Galloway. It is a short distance inland from the Solway Firth situated between Dumfries (16-miles) and Gretna (8.

  23. Grange-over-Sands

    Grange-over-Sands is also called the "Lakeland Riviera", since the influence of the Gulf Stream gives it an exceptionally mild climate. It lies within The Historic County Boundaries of Lancashire.

  24. Middleton-in-Teesdale
  25. Hexham

    Hexham is a historic market town in Tynedale, Northumberland, UK. Situated in a beautiful wide valley between the upland North Pennines and the rolling hills of the Northumberland National Park, Hexham is a bustling rural centre serving the local rural economy and visitors to the area.

  26. Cumbria

    Cumbria is a county in the North West of England. Its most famous tourist attraction is the Lake District National Park.

  27. Carnforth
  28. Hawick
  29. Cockermouth

    Cockermouth is an English market town located in the modern county of Cumbria, at the north western end of the Lake District. This location tends to enhance the life and character of the town without the negative impact of receiving too many tourists (as some believe has occurred in the case of Cockermouth's neighbour Keswick).

  30. Hawes
  31. Stanhope (County Durham)
  32. Ulverston

    Ulverston is a small market town in Cumbria, United Kingdom. With a population of 13,000, Ulverston isn't a huge tourist attraction for the area, although its proximity to the Lake District makes it a quaint stop-over for visitors planning to explore more of Cumbria.

  33. Morecambe
  34. Corbridge
  35. Lancaster (England)
  36. Eskdale Green

    Eskdale Green is a small village in Cumbria at one end of the Eskdale Valley.

  37. Jedburgh

    Jedburgh (pronounced "Jed-bruh") is a town in the Borders region of southern Scotland, population 4,100. Jedburgh is best known for the remains of Jedburgh Abbey and its historical associations as a border town, located a mere 10 miles from the border with England.

  38. Forest of Bowland

    The Forest of Bowland is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty covering 312 square miles in the north of Lancashire and part of North Yorkshire, north-west of Clitheroe and south-west of Settle. The main villages in Bowland include Chipping, Slaidburn, and Dunsop Bridge.

  39. Settle
  40. Selkirk
  41. Barnard Castle
  42. Scottish Borders

    The Scottish Borders is a region in southeastern Scotland adjoining the border with England, a fact which has heavily influenced the history of this region. In the days before the British union, this area was frequently fought over, and had a reputation for banditry and lawlessness.

  43. Yorkshire Dales
  44. Buckden

    Buckden is a small town in North Yorkshire, often regarded as the capital of Upper Wharfedale.

  45. Barrow-in-Furness

    Barrow-in-Furness is in Cumbria. It lies within The Historic County Boundaries of Lancashire.

  46. Melrose (Scotland)

    Melrose is a small town in the Borders region of southern Scotland.

  47. Prudhoe

    Prudhoe is a town in Northumberland, England. This guide also covers the neighbouring village of Wylam.

  48. Consett
  49. Kelso (Scotland)

    Kelso is a small market town in the Borders region of southern Scotland. Population c.

  50. Malham

    Malham is a village in North Yorkshire. There is no church in the village but at Kirkby Malham to the south.

  51. Fleetwood
  52. Kirk Yetholm
  53. Whitehaven

    Whitehaven is a town on the coast of Cumbria, in the North West region of England.

  54. Clitheroe

    Clitheroe is an attractive market town in the Ribble Valley in East Lancashire, which claims to be at the geographic heart of England. It lies to the south of the Forest of Bowland and is the ideal staging post for visiting that area, known as 'Lancashire's hidden gem'.

  55. Cleveleys

    Cleveleys or Thornton-Cleveleys is a part of the Wyre local council area in Lancashire, England. It is 3 miles north of Blackpool, with which it has grown to merge along with the other Fylde Coast towns of Bispham, Lytham St Annes and Fleetwood.

  56. Lancashire
  57. Dumfries

    Dumfries is the principal town in Dumfries and Galloway. A more traditional administrative status is principal town of Dumfriesshire, but this changed in 1974.

  58. Poulton-le-Fylde

    Poulton-le-Fylde is a town in Lancashire in England, dating back a thousand years as a small settlement but now grown into a dormitory town on the outskirts of Blackpool which is a few miles to the west.

  59. Grassington
  60. Preston
  61. Blackpool

    Blackpool is a seaside resort town in the North West of England and Britain's favourite beach resort.

  62. Wrea Green
  63. Freckleton
  64. Peebles
  65. Bishop Auckland
  66. Richmond (England)

    Richmond is an historic town in North Yorkshire, England, located in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales.

  67. Blackburn

    Blackburn (population 140,000) is a large town in Lancashire in North West England.

  68. Skipton

    Skipton is an historical town in the English county of North Yorkshire, forming the southern gateway to the Yorkshire Dales.

  69. Beamish
  70. Accrington

    Accrington is an East Lancashire town which developed during the industrial revolution into a mill town. It has a population of just over 70,000, and as well as textiles it's famous for Accrington Brick, renowned as the best bricks in the world.

  71. Lytham St Annes
  72. Leyland

    Leyland is a town in Lancashire, England located in the West Pennine Moors.

  73. Burnley

    Burnley is a town in Lancashire, England, located approximately 30 miles north of Manchester, and 35 miles west of Leeds.

  74. Ford and Etal

    Ford and Etal are two neighbouring villages in Northumberland. Most of its attractions are connected to the Ford and Etal estates and the towns receive thousands of visitors every year, admiring the castle ruins, riding the heritage steam train or enjoying the beautiful rural surroundings.

  75. Morpeth (England)
  76. Spennymoor

    Spennymoor is a town in County Durham, England. It’s located about 7 miles from Durham City.

  77. Newcastle upon Tyne
  78. Chorley

    Chorley is a town in Lancashire, England located in the West Pennine Moors.

  79. Rossendale

    The Rossendale Valley is a borough in Lancashire, consisting of a number of small towns and villages including Haslingden, Rawtenstall, Bacup, Waterfoot and . It lies within The West Pennine Moors.

  80. Durham (England)

    Durham is a city in the county of County Durham in North East England.

  81. Gateshead

    Gateshead is a town in Tyne and Wear in the northeast of England, situated south of Newcastle upon Tyne on the banks of the river Tyne.

  82. Southport
  83. Cramlington

    Cramlington is a town of 40,000 people in south-east Northumberland, United Kingdom. It has a long and varied history.

  84. Horwich
  85. Darlington

    Darlington is a town in County Durham. Best known for its pioneering role in the development of the railway in the 19th Century.

  86. Dalkeith
  87. Ramsbottom

    Ramsbottom is a small town in the northern part of The Borough of Bury in Greater Manchester. Ramsbottom is about 6 miles north of Bury, 8 of Bolton and 14 miles north of Manchester.

  88. Haworth
  89. Wallsend

    Wallsend (Formal Name: Wallsend on Tyne) is a town in the North East of England.

  90. Alnwick

    Alnwick is a pretty town in Northumberland, England. Its name is pronounced 'Annick'.

  91. Washington (England)
  92. Keighley

    Keighley (pronounced "keeth-lee") is a town in the English county of West Yorkshire, north west of Bradford in the Aire Valley.

  93. Haddington

    Haddington is in The Lothians. The town has a population of around 9000 and is the administrative centre of East Lothian council area.

  94. Todmorden

    Todmorden is a pleasant town in Calderdale in West Yorkshire; it is considerably less visited than its better known neighbour, Hebden Bridge. 'Tod' is at the far west of Calderdale, bordering on Greater Manchester and Lancashire.

  95. Bolton

    Bolton is a large town in Greater Manchester, England, composed of several constituent 'townships' along with Bolton 'proper'. 17 miles north-west of Manchester City Centre and 40 miles from Blackpool, Bolton can be found in the North-West of England.

  96. Ilkley

    Ilkley is a town in West Yorkshire, part of the metropolitan borough of Bradford.

  97. Tranent

    Tranent is a town in East Lothian, Scotland, Located within the Edinburgh Metropolitan Area. It is about 11 miles (18 km) east of Edinburgh.

  98. Berwick-upon-Tweed

    Berwick-upon-Tweed is a historic walled town in Northumberland. It is the most northerly town in England,just 2 1/2 miles from the border with Scotland.

  99. Bury

    Bury is a town and borough in Greater Manchester, in the North West of England. Bury is pronounced "Berry".

  100. Hebden Bridge

    Hebden Bridge is an old mill town in West Yorkshire. It is set in the deep cleft of a heavily wooded steep-sided valley, with a river, Hebden Water, running through it, crossed by the packhorse bridge that gives the town its name.