Morecambe Bay Walks

Arnside Promenade
 
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Join us on this unique sponsored walk across the sands of Morecambe Bay to raise money to protect Lake District landscapes. 

The Morecambe Bay Walk takes you across roughly 7.5 miles of the largest expanse of tidal mudflats and sand in the United Kingdom. This landscape is constantly moving and shifting so you will be led by the official guide Michael Wilson.

This popular event takes place on Saturday 13th July 2024 starting promptly at 10:30am from Arnside Promenade. Registration is crucial between 8:30am – 10am to confirm all details.  The walk starts the far side of Arnside Beach, opposite the Albion pub.  The walk ends at Grange-over-Sands promenade (near the old lido) at approximately 1:30 – 2.30pm, timings dependent on conditions and the route on the day. 

Arnside Promenade
Time:
10.30am
-
2.30pm


Price:

Lead Adult Walker: £15.00
Additional adult walker: £15.00
Child (Under 18): £10.00
Dog (dogs are welcome but must be registered): £4.00

 
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Lakeland Retreats do not run this event. For accurate, up to date information, please contact the organiser.
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