Details have been finalised of the route the Olympic Torch will take on its relay through the Lake District.
Lakes Parish Council has been working on the route between the villages of Grasmere and Ambleside when the torch visits on June 21st, the Westmorland Gazette reports.
Visitors to the north-west of England arriving by ferries from Dublin to Liverpool
may want to give themselves a double treat by enjoying the scenery of the national park as well as seeing the famous flame.
The Lake District tour by the torch starts in Keswick in the north of the national park, before heading southwards to Ambleside.
After that, it is taken down Windermere, England's largest lake, to Bowness-on-Windermere.
Visitors may wish to enjoy this route themselves via the lake steamers, which also sail to the southern end of the lake.
Those touring northern England in June can also see the torch in Liverpool itself on June 1st and Manchester on June 24th.
Posted by Mark Robinson