Here are 3 Stunning Lakeland Woods Walks:Cumbria contains a wealth of wonderful woods in beautiful settings.Many of these woods are managed by the Woodland
Arnside Viaduct – Spectacular Engineering:Arnside Viaduct was built in 1857 across the Kent Estuary linking the Furness Railway to Barrow-in-Furness (then a new iron
Arnside’s 15c Pele Tower:
Arnside Tower House is located over in Far Arnside and was built close to the old agricultural and fishing community.
Sundown in Arnside:
Arnside is a wonderful place for an evening stroll.
The sunsets are spectacular with amazing views over the Kent estuary towards the
Arnside is a former fishing village.
It is situated above the shores of Morecambe Bay, just below the more famous Lake District National Park are
Cross Bay Walks Over The Sands:
With over 120 square miles of Morecambe Bay sands exposed at low tide, you will be following the same
Cedric Robinson MBE the Queen’s guide to the sands will be leading a charity cross-bay walk on Sunday, June 12th.
The walk will raise money
The Treacherous Sands of Morecambe Bay:The Westmorland Gazette this evening is reporting a quicksand warning after a boy had to be rescued at Arnside.The
Arnside and Silverdale Cycling:Both places are excellent destinations for keeping fit and enjoy the stunning scenery around Morecambe Bay. Arnside and Silverdale are situated
Lothlorien is an ideal holiday base for anyone taking part in a Morecambe Bay cross-bay walk.
The endpoint is usually on the foreshore