Map Of Cumbria
This detailed map of Cumbria shows the major cities of this English province, their surroundings and the main points of interest within Cumbria. The main rivers, lakes and courses of water are also illustrated in this map of Cumbria, making it easier to orientate within the province. Using the information about the cities of this province provided by this map of Cumbria, you can make hotel reservations in advance, take care of your travel insurance costs and even contact car hire companies in the area to ensure that your won’t have to worry about these logistical aspects during your actual trip and that you will be able to enjoy all the attractions Cambria has to offer.
Cumbria is a county in the North WEST region of England. Cumbria is made up of six districts (Copeland, Allerdale, Barrow-in-Furness, Carlisle, Edenand South Lakeland). The largest settlement as well as being a county town in Cumbria, is Carlisle, although there Is only one major urban area that has a smaller population (Barrow In Furness) It has a population of approximately half of a million people and totals 2,613 sq mi of land.
Cumbria’s geography is mostly rural and is most noted for the Lake District, as well as the Lake District National Park, with the latter being one of England’s biggest tourist attractions with an outstanding beauty status. Home to many mountains, Cumbria contains the only mountains in England which reach higher than 900 metres (3000ft) above sea level. Cumbria’s mountain, Scafell Pike is 978 metres (3209ft), making it the highest point in England. Cumbria has a mix of upland, costal and rural areas, and a diverse history including battles between the English and the Scottish, invasions, migrations and settlement.
Tourism Is the largest industry in Cumbria, with 15.8million people a year visit the Lake District National Park alone. Although there is a large amount of tourism within the Lake District, fewer than 50,000 people live there.