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The Category Lancaster is a subset of Lancashire.

 

The following Lancaster Entities do NOT (currently) have Records in 'Open Paths and Trails'. Here, clicking on a Title of interest should link you to a relevant external Website (or Facebook Page):

- Lancaster City Council

*Lancaster & Morecambe Walking & Social Group
Overview

'We are a group of people who enjoy walking and organise weekly walks in and around the Lancaster & Morecambe area, the Lake District and surrounds. Our walks are held each Sunday and full details can be found on our programme page. We do not run a paid membership scheme and all are welcome to come along and join in the walks.'

*Lancaster Cemetery
Size (acreage)18
Overview

The Lancaster Civic Society 'has been organising tours of Lancaster’s Top Cemetery at Quernmore Road since the Heritage Days in 1996. The Tours are usually held on the THIRD SUNDAY in the Summer months April to September'.

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Lancaster Civic Society

*Lancaster Fellwalkers
Overview

'The club exists for its members and its long history confirms that it is fulfilling their needs in providing healthy exercise in the open air in beautiful surroundings, challenging walks at all levels and good company and friendship.'

*Leighton Moss Reserve
Overview

'Choose from a selection of trails and hides, most of which are suitable for wheelchairs, and get right to the heart of the reedbed. Or take the nature trail alongside two coastal lagoons to see lots of wading and water birds ...'

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RSPB

*Morecambe and District HF Rambling Club
Overview

'Aims are to provide for group rambling, to promote the healthy enjoyment of leisure, the love of open air, social and international friendships and to organize holiday-making and other activities within these objectuves ...'

A Breath of Fresh Air Circular Walk
Distance (miles)22
Overview

''Circular walk exploring the varied countryside south of the historic city of Lancaster.'

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East Lancashire LDWA

Carnforth Canal Walks
Overview

'Explore the glorious countryside near the Lancaster Canal'

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Lancashire County Council, Lancaster City Council and the Lune Valley Initiative

Cumbria Coastal Way
Distance (miles)180
Overview

'This is the diary of a walk of some 180 miles on the Cumbria Coastal Way (CCW) by Peter and Jeanne Donaghy and John and Gillian Laidler, two couples verging on their seventies, reasonably experienced walkers and joint authors of 3 walking guides (Lakeland Church Walks, Northumbria Church Walks and Metro Walks).'

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Visit Cumbria

See also

Cumbria Coastal Way [GPS Cycle & Walking Routes]

Discover Sacred Lancaster
Distance (miles)2
Overview

'Trace the story of faith in Lancaster from Roman times to the present day through its rich heritage of faith sites and buildings.'

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Visit Lancashire

See also

Churches and Sacred Sites [Visit Lancashire]

Lune Valley Ramble
Distance (miles)17
Overview

'Traces the course of the River Lune's lower reaches through some of the North West's finest lowland countryside. Bounded by high moors, limestone hills and shadowed by the distant peaks of Ingleborough, Whernside and Leck Fell, the route offers excellent, easy walking and is signposted and waymarked throughout.'

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Forest of Bowland AONB

Lunesdale Walk
Distance (miles)37
Overview

'Traces a figure of eight, crossing at Loyn Bridge, about half a mile north of Hornby. It is waymarked throughout 37 mile (59kms) length with dedicated waymark discs (a yellow arrow and walk name on a green background). You can pick up the Walk at any point along its length, but the most easily accessible locations are at Carnforth, Hornby and Wennington. It’s ideal for a long weekend break (for the whole route) or for linear and circular day walks.'

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Lancashire County Council, Lancaster City Council and the Lune Valley Initiative via The Parish of Caton-with-Littledale

Red Rose Trail
Distance (miles)112
Overview

'Follows a beautiful and historic route around the North of Lancashire. Totalling just over 100 miles it is designed to be walked in seven days, but for less ambitious hikers huge enjoyment can be taken from exploring smaller sections of the route ... Directions are detailed and the book includes a great deal of fascinating information and stories about places passed along the way.'

See also

Red Rose Trail by John Rowe

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