Walks with a Difference

The list below offers ideas of walks you can enjoy using public transport

DATE WALK DISTANCE ASCENT TIME TAKEN
August 2013

In the footsteps of Morse & Lewis - with Norman

5 mls 200 ft 3 hrs
October 2012

Bus Pass trio: Walking the Guild Wheel, Preston

21 miles No steep hills 3 days
Thursday, 8th March 2012

Rail carders walk: Hospice on Hampsfell, Cartmel Village and Cark

6 mls 1,000 ft 3.5 hrs
Friday, 25th November 2011

Rail carders walk from Cark to Grange-over-Sands

8.4 mls 470 ft 4.5 hrs
Friday, 8th July 2011

Rail carders trip to Frodsham

7.5 mls 950 ft 4.5 hrs
Thursday, 31st March 2011

Rail Card/Bus Passers Jaunt to the Lakes

6.25 mls 1,350 ft 4 hrs
Friday, 17th September 2010

Rail Carders day out in the Lakes

9.7 mls 1,140 ft 5.5 hrs
Thursday, July 22nd 2010

A Rail Carders Outing to Rishton

8.7 mls 1,111 ft 4.75 hrs
Sunday, July 4th 2010

Trains Large and Small to Muncaster Fell, using a Senior Railcard

6.75 mls 1,065 ft 3.75 hrs
June 2010

A circular walk via Burbage and Stanley Moor (Map OL 24, The Peak District)

8.7 mls 1,200 ft 4.5 hrs
Thursday, 12th March 2009

Barley Bridge, Ghyll Bank, High House, Park House, HP Plantation, Ullthwaite Bridge, Browfoot, Hugill Fell, High Borrans, Near Orrest, Elleray Bank and Windermere.

8.75 mls 1,461 ft 4.45 hrs
Tuesday, 11th November 2008

Stank, Furness Abbey, Vale of Nightshade, Dalton Castle, Standing Tarn, Little Urswick, Great Urswick Tarn and Swarthmoor Hall in Ulverston.

11.6 mls 1,054 ft 5.5 hrs

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