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Walking in Wyre

Walking in Wyre

Get out in the fresh air and explore Wyre

Walking and cycling

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Number of results: 280

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  1. Festival Bowland 2016 - The Bleasdale Circuit

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Near Garstang

    Discover the ancient parish of Bleasdale whether on foot or by Tramper.

  2. Add Festival Bowland 2016 - Cobble Hey Legstretcher to your Itinerary

    Festival Bowland 2016 - Cobble Hey Legstretcher

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Preston

    A pleasant two hour circular walk from Cobble Hey Farm across farmland paths and tracks and with some interesting bird life.

  3. Festival Bowland 2016 - Whimbrel Watch

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Near Scorton

    The whimbrel, a small relative of the curlew, uses Barnacre Reservoir as an important staging post on its journey from Africa to Iceland. Come and watch the spectacular sight as these beautiful birds fly into roost at dusk.

  4. Add Saltmarsh Stroll to your Itinerary

    Saltmarsh Stroll

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Stanah, Thornton

    A walk with the Wyre Waters Partnership marine biologist and the rangers to explore the wildlife of the Wyre Estuary Saltmarsh.

  5. Festival Bowland 2016 - Brock Valley Legstretcher

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Near Garstang

    A delightful walk through the Brock valley. Dogs on a lead welcome.

  6. Add Heritage Open Days - Heritage of the Wyre Estuary at Skippool to your Itinerary

    Heritage Open Days - Heritage of the Wyre Estuary at Skippool

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Thornton

    Discover tales from bygone times based around Skippool and Shard.

  7. Festival Bowland 2016 - Claylands Legstretcher

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Garstang

    A pleasant two hour circular walk with interesting views of the
    River Wyre and the surrounding countryside. Dogs on a lead
    welcome.

  8. Add Garstang Walking Festival 2016 - Walk the Wyre Way Day 4 (G50) to your Itinerary

    Garstang Walking Festival 2016 - Walk the Wyre Way Day 4 (G50)

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Abbeystead

    The fourth leg of the Wyre Way Challenge. Meeting in Abbeystead this is a circular walk. Grade: hard, 9 miles. Booking essential please ring 01995 602125 or email garstangtic@wyre.gov.uk .

  9. Add Along the Lune Estuary from Condor Green to your Itinerary

    Along the Lune Estuary from Condor Green

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Condor Green

    Join this gentle ramble (either on foot or on a Tramper) along the Lune Estuary Coastal path to see what birds and wildlife we can see along the way, along with some lovely views over the river. Booking essential.

  10. Add Out Rawcliffe Harvest Walk to your Itinerary

    Out Rawcliffe Harvest Walk

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Out Rawcliffe

    Visit the church which will be dressed for harvest and hear about the life and history of the church and walk the paths, lanes and fields of Out Rawcliffe. A rural harvest afternoon.

  11. Festival Bowland 2016 - Invasives in Our Landscape

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Near Garstang

    Join the Rangers and Wyre Waters Catchment Partnership Scientific Officer, Tom Myerscough, for an exploration of how we manage against invasive, non-native species such as Japanese Knotweed and Himalayan Balsam.

  12. Add Garstang Walking Festival 2016 - World War 1, A time to remember (G28) to your Itinerary

    Garstang Walking Festival 2016 - World War 1, A time to remember (G28)

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Bleasdale

    A walk, with a talk, around the Bleasdale Estate about the effect of World War 1 on the area. Booking essential please ring 01995 602125 or email garstangtic@wyre.gov.uk. Grade: easy.

  13. Winmarleigh Moss Ramble

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Winmarleigh

    A walk with the rangers over farm fields, path and tracks to the wonderful Winmarleigh Moss Nature Reserve. Bring your binoculars and ID book and join the rangers to get close up to the wildlife of this remnant raised peat bog.

  14. Add Heritage Open Days - Visit Garstang Quaker Meeting House to your Itinerary

    Heritage Open Days - Visit Garstang Quaker Meeting House

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Garstang

    A tour by the Quakers and refreshments will be available, a short walk along a cobbled track to the house.

  15. Add Heritage Open Days - Poulton Town Centre History Walk to your Itinerary

    Heritage Open Days - Poulton Town Centre History Walk

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Poulton

    A guided walk around the centre of Poulton pointing out its significant buildings and explaining the history of the town from medieval times to the present day.

  16. Add Decimus Burton Day to your Itinerary

    Decimus Burton Day

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Fleetwood

    Join Dick Gillingham, Fleetwood Museum Trustee, for a heritage walk around Fleetwood.

  17. Add Garstang Walking Festival 2016 - Bluebells and Birds Ramble and Tramper Trek (G49) to your Itinerary

    Garstang Walking Festival 2016 - Bluebells and Birds Ramble and Tramper Trek (G49)

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Bay Horse

    Discover the seven Wyreside Lakes, either on foot or by tramper, the woodlands and grasslands looking out for the wildlife particularly the birds. Booking essential please ring 01995 602125.

  18. Add Heritage Open Days - Heritage of the Wyre Estuary at Stanah to your Itinerary

    Heritage Open Days - Heritage of the Wyre Estuary at Stanah

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Stanah, Thornton

    Discover tales from bygone times based around Stanah, Cockle Hall and Wardleys.

  19. Add Festival Bowland 2016 - Garstang Legstretcher to your Itinerary

    Festival Bowland 2016 - Garstang Legstretcher

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Garstang

    A pleasant circular walk taking in riverside and farmland and passing Barnacre Church and Lady Hamilton’s Well.

  20. Add Garstang Monday Walk to your Itinerary

    Garstang Monday Walk

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Garstang

    One of our regular walks from Garstang. Each walk will follow a different route (conditions permitting) taking advantage of seasonal changes. Grade: easy (relatively level ground, fields, lanes and tracks, possibly with some gentle slopes).

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