Boredale Valley is situated within the Lake District National Park, in Cumbria, England. It lies close to the eastern side of Ullswater and stands between the hills of Place Fell and Beda Fell. The valley is thinly populated with the structures of Garth Heads, Nettleslack, Howsteadbrow and Boredale Head, being the single populated buildings. The valleys of Boredale and Bannerdale are linked by a climb up to Boredale House. The path provides a taste of the rural feature of the east side of Lake District. The Lake District National Park is seen by many as one of the spectacular gems of Britain.