Participants in four major outdoor challenges taking place during May are being urged to conquer their career ambitions in Cumbria too.
Runners pushed themselves to the limit of physical endurance when they set out to conquer 10 marathons in 10 days.
More than 175 tonnes of floating concrete and more than 500 metres of galvanised chain have formed the platform for a new marina in the Lake District.
Sixteen people take first of 330,000 steps towards completing 10 marathons in as many days as they pledge to raise £91,000 for Brathay Trust.
Inspira is urging young people to sign up to the National Citizen Service programme after research revealed it can help them get into university.
The finalists have been announced for the 15th Cumbria Tourism Awards.
Railway operator Virgin Trains has recorded a record number of journeys between London and Cumbria in the last year.
Business representatives from across Cumbria attended the launch of a £2.1 million project to help small and medium sized businesses in the county.
As spring arrived over the weekend, a tale of two seasons unfolded to the delight of Lakes visitors.
A leading hotel group is serving up a new recipe to inspire young people to forge a career in the hospitality sector.
A group of first year apprentices from Kimberly-Clark recently attended a four day personal development and team building residential event.
A total of 30 new jobs will be created at Low Wood Bay Resort & Spa near Ambleside once its latest renovations are completed.
Hawkshead Brewery's Windermere Pale has been named Champion Beer of the North West.
The Lake District charity challenge returns this May.
Apprentices are competing to become the apprentice team of the year in this year's Brathay Apprentice Challenge, run by the Ambleside-based charity.