Looking forward to the search With the rain lashing down outside it's great to wander the fells from an armchair with a mug of chocolate. Will try the app in the great outdoors soon - just having the wonderful pictures is brilliant. Thanks Jeff and his great team
Interesting, but not what I was looking for. I had hoped this would contain more relevant useful information for a visiting tourist, especially how to get there but you have to work a lot of it out yourself. Very interesting and informative work though, particularly in relation to the descriptions of the featured areas.
A breath of fresh air I went to see the exhibition in Grasmere and then got the app. The app has a lot of the exhibition in it, but obviously it's better to see the full sized pictures and all the other stuff in the museum. The GPS feature doesn't take you exactly to a viewpoint, so there is a bit of exploring to do when you are in the general area. My family decided that climbing trees was the best way to see the views where new growth has obscured what Farringdon painted but each to their own and I'm not recommending it. One tip - zoom on your camera / phone is quite useful if you are trying to reproduce the pictures from the exhibition. We spent the whole morning looking for views around Derwentwater and if the weather is OK tomorrow, we will be doing the waterfalls and river near Rydal.
Support for small screens
GPS Navigation for Walking. Forget about confusing maps, follow the Blue Arrow!