Yealand Conyers - Silverdale - Yealand Conyers

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This circular walk from Yealand Conyers takes in a wide array of natural habitat. The walk starts off through woodlands, taking a moment to read the information board at Peter Lane Limekiln before dropping down to cross Leighton Moss Nature Reserve. The route continues to Silverdale via Heald Brow NT and Woodwell Cliff NT. Silverdale offers refreshments and toilet facilities along the way.

A short detour, should you wish, will take you to the sea. On leaving Silverdale, you head out to visit yet another National Trust woodland, Eaves Wood. There are some additional nature trails to be found as you pass Hawes Water.

The last leg of the journey takes you via Leighton Hall, which is open to the public. A steady climb takes you to the top of Summerhouse Hill, which gives some spectacular views out towards Morecambe Bay. From here it is only a short stroll back to the start, where some welcome refreshment can be had at the New Inn. The food was excellent!

England - North England - Lancashire - Countryside

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Ancient Monument, Birds, Cafe, Church, Food Shop, Great Views, National Trust, Nature Trail, Pub, Public Transport, Sea, Stately Home, Tea Shop, Wildlife, Woodland
07/08/2016 - Roger Cliffe

Did this walk on a warm, dry August Sunday to try and avoid the crowds further north and it worked - very peaceful. Excellent views and and also woodland scenery. All on very good paths, well waymarked and the description is still pretty accurate. The New Inn has closed down but the car park can still be used. It was a bit blowy out on the marsh but that's only for 20 minutes and it was invigorating! Highly recommended at any time of year. Can easily be extended a little by taking in Jenny Browns Point or exploring Eaves wood.

07/05/2012 - Janet Berry

Excellent walk and directions, very easy to follow. Recommended walk with interesting viewpoints

18/04/2009 - Gary Crossley

18/04/09 Fantastic walk! Lots of interest and climbs spread through walk. Great directions and description - compliments to the author. Between waymark 25 and 26 - go as far as two sets of wooden walkways.. take the left hand one and 50 yds later is the gate behind the tree. (If you take the right hand walkway, there are sone benches with a lovely view of the water). Highly recommend this walk. Gary

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