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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: 267

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  1. Garstang Walking Festival 2019 - Garstang 'Old and New' (G4)

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    Guided Walk

    Garstang area, Garstang

    A legstretcher exploring the environs around Garstang that have made it great. Booking essential. Grade: easy.

  2. Festival Bowland 2016 - Whimbrel Watch

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    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.

  3. Thornton Health Walk

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    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Thornton

    Urban walk linking green areas of Thornton-Cleveleys. Involves some road walking, crossing recreational fields and a woodland path. These regular walks are designed to help you get fit, stay fit and keep healthy. Grade: Easy.

  4. Festival Bowland 2018 - Forest of Bowland Meadow Walk

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    Guided Walk

    A walk looking at meadow wildlife. Booking essential please ring 01995 602125 or email garstangtic@wyre.gov.uk

  5. Garstang Leisure Centre Health Walk

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    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Garstang

    Every Friday afternoon throughout the year. These regular walks are designed to help you get fit, stay fit and keep healthy.

  6. Add Heritage Open Days at Marsh Mill 2017 to your Itinerary

    Heritage Open Days at Marsh Mill 2017

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    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Thornton Cleveleys

    Marsh Mill (Grade 11) was built by Ralph Slater in 1794, a Fylde Millwright. The Mill is one of the tallest in Europe, and stands at a height of 70ft (21.5m). One of the tallest on the Fylde Coast. Guided tours to the public are available for FREE…

  7. Fleetwood Leisure Centre Health Walk

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    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Fleetwood

    Every Thursday morning throughout the year. These regular walks are designed to help you get fit, stay fit and keep healthy.

  8. Garstang Walking Festival 2019 - Meander to Fairsnape Fell (G30)

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    Guided Walk

    Bleasdale area,

    Part of Festival Bowland this is a figure of eight walk up steep slopes to Fairsnape and back. Booking essential. For more information and to book please ring 01995 602125 or email garstangtic@wyre.gov.uk. Grade: hard

  9. 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.

  10. Add Garstang Walking Festival 2018 - Grizedale Valley (G13) to your Itinerary

    Garstang Walking Festival 2018 - Grizedale Valley (G13)

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    Type:

    Guided Walk

    This walk is part of Festival Bowland and is a circular walk heading out across pastures, ascending towards the Barnacre Reservoirs, and returning along woodland tracks through the beautiful Grizedale Valley. Booking essential.  For more information…

  11. 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.

  12. Garstang Walking Festival 2019

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Garstang

    Saturday 4th to Sunday 12 May 2019
    The 2019 Walking Festival is in its 15th year! and co-ordinated by the Friends of Garstang Walking Festival supported by Wyre Council.
    There are 9 days of walks celebrating springtime. Pick up a separate brochure…

  13. Fleetwood Health Walk

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Fleetwood

    A pleasant walk along the Fleetwood and Rossall seafront. 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 would find this helpful when you join the group.

  14. Wyreside Cafe Health Walk

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    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Stanah, Thornton Cleveleys

    Every Monday afternoon throughout the year. These regular walks are designed to help you get fit, stay fit and keep healthy.

  15. Fleetwood Health Walk

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Fleetwood

    A pleasant walk along the Fleetwood and Rossall seafront. 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 would find this helpful when you join the group.

  16. Festival Bowland 2016 - Bluebell Teas

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    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Near Garstang

    A short walk every Sunday in May through a beautiful Bluebell wood, a short climb to St. John’s Church and then an easy country walk along farm tracks back to the village hall for afternoon tea. Just turn up. Free, 1 hour, terrain guide 3, 3 ½ miles.

  17. 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.

  18. Knott End Health Walk

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    Type:

    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.

  19. Add Festival Bowland 2017 - Bat Walk to your Itinerary

    Festival Bowland 2017 - Bat Walk

    Type

    Type:

    Guided Walk

    Garstang

    Join the countryside rangers on this popular bat walk along the banks of the River Wyre.

  20. Festival Bowland 2016 - Heritage Walk-Bleasdale Remembered

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    Type:

    Guided Walk

    nr Garstang

    A walk in the footsteps of those who lived, worked and served in Bleasdale during the Great War, followed by a film, will be followed by a film, “The First World War – Life on the Home Front in North West England”.

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