Walking in Wyre

Walking in Wyre

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  1. Hambleton Health Walk

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    Guided Walk

    Hambleton, Poulton-le-Fylde

    A circular walk around Hambleton. These regular walks are designed to help you get fit, stay fit and keep healthy. Grade: easy.

  2. Bump and Buggy Health Walk

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    Guided Walk

    Stanah, Thornton

    Join the rangers for an easy buggy and child friendly walk alongside the River Wyre and around Wyre Estuary Country Park at Stanah. Grade: easy

  3. Winter Bird Watch

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    Guided Walk

    Pilling

    Birdwatching at Lane Ends in search of wildfowl, waders and geese. No need too book. Grade: easy.

  4. Knott End Health Walk

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    Guided Walk

    Knott End-on-Sea

    An urban/rural walk through Knott End including sea front and the golf course, walking shoes may be required during certain times of the year. These regular walks are designed to help you get fit, stay fit and keep healthy.

  5. Wyre Estuary Country Park Health Walk

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    Guided Walk

    Thornton Cleveleys

    Updated Due to Covid 19 – Booking Essential. Urban/rural walk through the Wyre Estuary Country Park, comfortable footwear required also suitable for beginners.

  6. Garstang Walking Festival 2020 - Grizedale Valley / Harrisend Fell (G29)

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    Guided Walk

    Scorton area,

    Part of Festival Bowland this is a hard nine mile walk on paths, fields and open heather moorland. Some short sections on road. Booking essential. For more information and to book please ring 01995 602125 or email garstangtic@wyre.gov.uk. Grade:…

  7. Garstang Health Walk

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    Guided Walk

    Garstang

    Rural walk around Garstang. Walking shoes/boots recommended. These regular walks are designed to help you get fit, stay fit and keep healthy. Grade: Moderate

  8. Wyre Estuary Country Park Health Walk - Wed

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    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Thornton Cleveleys

    Urban/rural walk through the Wyre Estuary Country Park, comfortable footwear required also suitable for beginners. If one hour is a bit too long for you, this walk is available as a gentle amble at 30 minutes. Please let the leader know if you…

  9. Carleton Health Walk

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    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Carleton

    A circular walk around Carleton. These regular walks are designed to help you get fit, stay fit and keep healthy. Grade: moderate.

  10. Cleveleys Health Walk

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    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Cleveleys

    A circular walk around Cleveleys, comfortable footwear advised. This walk is suitable for beginners. If one hour is a bit too long for you, our health walk leaders can help by starting you off at a gentle amble at 30 minutes.

  11. Garstang Walking Festival 2020 - Bleasdale Wildlife Watch (G22)

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    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Bleasdale area,

    This walk is part of Festival Bowland. Join the rangers to see what wildlife we can spot around Bleasdale Parish Hall. Booking essential.  For more information and to book please ring 01995 602125 or email garstangtic@wyre.gov.uk. Grade: easy

  12. Garstang Walking Festival 2020 - Wyresdale and Dolphinholme – Farmsteads and Fiddlesticks (G35)

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    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Dolphinholme area,

    Part of Festival Bowland this is a circular walk from Dolphinholme visiting farms associated with the Winders family of fiddle players, including a short stop for tea, cakes and music to the Shepherds Church near Abbeystead. Booking essential. For…

  13. Churchtown Health Walk

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    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Churchtown

    A circular counryside walk along paths, tracks and across fields from St Helen’s Church, out the rear of the churchyard, across the footbridge, across the river, along track to Beech House Farm, along Catterall Lane, across fields/tracks to…

  14. Festival Bowland 2020 - Monday Walk around Garstang

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    Guided Walk

    Garstang

    Join us on our regular Monday walk into rural Wyre. (April, June, August and October incl.) Grade: moderate. No need to book.

  15. Great Eccleston Health Walk

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    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Great Eccleston

    Pleasant walk through Great Eccleston and along the River Wyre, walking shoes will be required for this walk. This is one of the more advanced walks, including stiles. These regular walks are designed to help you get fit, stay fit and keep healthy.

  16. Winter Bird Watch

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Pilling

    Birdwatch looking for wildfowl, waders and geese and early spring visitors. No need too book. Grade: easy.

  17. Garstang Walking Festival 2020 - Garstang 'Old and New' (G3)

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    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Garstang area, Garstang

    Part of Festival Bowland this is a legstretcher exploring the environs around Garstang that have made it great. Booking essential. Grade: moderate.

  18. Garstang Walking Festival 2020 - Beacon Fell and the Brock Valley (G25)

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Bleasdale area,

    Part of Festival Bowland this is a circular walk from Bleasdale, taking in Beacon Fell, Brock Bottoms and the Brock Valley. Booking essential. For more information and to book please ring 01995 602125 or email garstangtic@wyre.gov.uk. Grade: moderate

  19. Garstang Walking Festival 2020 - Abbeystead Reservoir and Marshaw Loop (G11)

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Abbeystead area,

    Part of Festival Bowland. From Abbeystead we follow the river to the reservoir and its impressive curved weir (via the Wyre Way south), return to Abbeystead (via the Wyre Way north), then onto Marshaw, over the Forest of Bowland moorland to…

  20. Garstang Walking Festival 2020 - Nordic Walking Taster Session (G4)

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    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Garstang area,

    A chance to try nordic walking. It is a full body workout using nordic poles and uses 90% of the body’s muscles and burns 46% more calories than walking without poles. Grade: easy. Booking essential.

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