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5 great walks near Arnside and Silverdale

PUBLISHED: 01:00 11 September 2018 | UPDATED: 08:58 11 September 2018

Silverdale from Arnside Knott by Rob Mcewen

Silverdale from Arnside Knott by Rob Mcewen

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This varied selection of walks are all within ten miles of the Arnside and Silverdale Area of Natural Beauty.

Arnside from the Knott by David AshmoreArnside from the Knott by David Ashmore

Arnside Knott

1 mile from Arnside

Set out from the Albion Pub in Arnside and take a circular walk that encompasses the summit of the Knott and a section of beautiful coastal walking.

Click here to view the directions for the Arnside Knott walk

Jenny Browns Point, Silverdale by Rob McewenJenny Browns Point, Silverdale by Rob Mcewen

Silverdale

4 miles from Arnside

Set off from the Eric Morecambe Hide in Silverdale and head towards the famous Jenny Brown’s point, then enjoy a bit of literary history at Lindeth Tower, where Elizabeth Gaskell the Victorian Author wrote her novel Ruth.

Click here to view the directions for the Silverdale walk

Dallam Park, Milnthorpe by Barry AtkinsDallam Park, Milnthorpe by Barry Atkins

Dallam Park

5 miles from Arnside

Beetham lies on the eastern edge of the Arnside and Silverdale AONB, this walk heads north from there towards Dallam Park and Milnthorpe.

Click here to view the directions for the Dallam Park walk

Levens Park by Rob McewenLevens Park by Rob Mcewen

Levens Park

6 miles from Arnside

Levens Hall now lies on the southern edge of the Lake District after the expansion of the national park in 2017 and is one of the finest stately homes in the area. This walk around Levens Park takes you close to Sizergh Castle.

Click here to view the directions for the Levens Park walk

Hutton Roof scenery by Keith CarterHutton Roof scenery by Keith Carter

Hutton Roof Crags

10 miles from Arnside

Follow a section of the Limestone Link and head up towards the Hutton Roof Crags Nature Reserve to enjoy the wonderful views.

Click here to view the directions for the Hutton Roof Crags walk

 

All the routes were correct at the time of publication, over time access to certain parts of the walk may be subject to change.

 

 

 

 

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