More 'Fell Care Days' have been planned for later in the year, following a successful fell care project on Saturday, 10 June, despite the wet weather.
32 volunteers and task leaders at the Friends of the Lake District's Keswick Mountain Festival took part in a range of conservation tasks including:
Rebuilding 8 metres of dry stone wall on Crow Park, Keswick.
Clearing and maintaining 17 kilometres of upland paths around Ashness Bridge and Catbells.
Filling up 5 huge helicopter dumpy bags with non-native invasive species Crassula cleared from Derwentwater.
Further Fell Care Days are planned for Saturday 2 September in Grasmere and Wednesday 8 November in Eskdale.
People can also partake in volunteer conservation work parties hosted by charities all year-round.
Activities include tree planting and maintenance, dry stone walling, gorse and bracken control, caring for upland paths and other conservation work.