The Lake District's team of National Trust Rangers are the unsung heroes of the National Park, undertaking a wide range of tasks, putting on events and helping to keep the Lakes such an inspiring and rewarding place to visit.
From building dry stone walls and laying footpaths to monitoring wildlife, running volunteer workshops and teaching visitors about conservation, our dedicated Rangers live for the outdoors.
Find out more about what it takes to be a Lake District Ranger and how you can get involved below.
Meet Our Team
We love the places we get to work in the Lake District and want to share our experience of the valleys, lakes, hills and mountains with you...
Catch up with the latest news from our ranger teams in an around the Lake District. This month...Ranger Roy tests out a guided open water swim tour!
Ranger for the Buttermere and Ennerdale valleys, I live in Loweswater with my family; three boys aged 15, 11 and 9. I'm a very keen fish...
The National Trust benefits from the volunteering of many individuals, all working to improve the Lake District. See how you can get involved.
Safety in the Fells
If you're heading into the fells, have a read through our Rangers tips to stay safe and make your Lakes experience as enjoyable as possible.