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The Weather in Grasmere
Check out the climate diagram for Grasmere. On average, the warmest month is July. In contrast, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is September.
Discover grassroots England with holiday cottages in Grasmere
The Lake District is widely considered the most beautiful natural region in England. Nestled in the undulating green hills, Grasmere's thatched-roofed villages with softly smoking chimneys and traditional English pubs are surrounded by awe-inspiring lakes.
Grasmere is probably Cumbria's most popular village, thanks to it being the place that inspired the majority of William Wordsworth's oeuvre. Several of his poems are dedicated to Grasmere. Book a cosy holiday cottage right in the charming town centre, and use this as a base to explore the resplendent natural landscape.
Literature lovers will need to make the pilgrimage to Wordsworth's Grasmere homestead, Rydal Mount, where he lived and wrote from 1813 until his death in 1850. It was here that he came to define the essence of Britishness in relation the landscape of the Lakes.
You can explore the world of the poet still further at the nearby Wordsworth Museum, tracing his life all the way to his simple tombstone in the churchyard of St Oswald's.
Helmet Crag is the destination point for many hikers. The rock formation pokes out of the landscape, affording climbers spectacular views of mist-girt, heath-clad hills stretching as far as the eye can see.
Take a trip to Easedale Tarn, a small but spectacular lake sunk into the surrounding peaks. And don't forget to check out Crinkle Crags, a formation of rocks that looks a bit like a waterfall arrested mid-fall.
Living the high life
Helvellyn mountain, at 950 metres, is the third highest mountain in England, and is the prime destination in the Lakes for those who love a challenge. One of the Wainwright mountains, it rewards those who ascend with breathtaking views of England's most verdant hills.
The fabulously named Nethermost Pike is the second highest in the Helvellyn range, at nearly 891 metres. The Lake District offers miles of exquisite hiking trails that range in difficulty.
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