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Local Walks

The following is a link to Cumbria County Council’s Illustrative Map of public rights of way in Cumbria. Click here and choose the area of interest.

A message from National Trails: Diversions are being put in place in the Carlisle area to ensure that Hadrian’s Wall path National Trail remains a continuous coast to coast route.  Damage to the flood banks between Crosby and Park Broom and between Sheepmount and Engine Lonning require signed diversions that will soon be in place. Rumours that the Trail will be closed this season but that is definitely not the case.  Please visit Trail website news pages, also its twitter address @nationaltrailuk for further information. www.nationaltrail.co.uk/hadrians-wall-path/news/latest-news-carlisle-flood-damage

BEWARE: The Solway and associated rivers are tidal.  Click here to view the current tides.

Long Distance Paths in the area include:

The Hadrian’s Wall Path

The Cumbria Coastal Way

There are a number of nature reserves in the area. Watchtree nature reserve is the nearest, others have been included in the list of walks below.

List of Local Walks

Walking in Cumbria  https://www.walkinginengland.co.uk/cumbria  has hundreds of walks to download and print, free, it also has books of walks, details of all the walking groups in the county and much more. Whether you want to walk on your own or with a group all the information is there in one place.

We are compiling a list of circular and linear local walks within the parish. If you have any favourite walks on public rights of way, please share them with us. When they appear, click on a walk below to read more. Each invidual walk also has a feedback form for you to let us know your views, or to let us know if the description or maps need updating.

Toilet facilities

Toilet facilities along the Hadrian's Wall Path route from the west of Carlisle can be found at:

Kirkandrews on Eden: Beaumont Parish Hall. (From April - October only)

Monkhill: Monkhill Chapel and The Drovers Rest.

Burgh by Sands: Portable WC on The Green; St Michael's Burgh and The Greyhound Inn.

Port Carlisle: Hope and Anchor Inn.

Glasson: Highland Laddie.

Bowness on Solway: Kings Arms and RSPB at Campfield Marsh.

No.Walk Name
#1Burgh - New Sandsfield - Beaumont - Burgh
#2Bowness - Anthorn - Campfield Marsh - Bowness
#3Port Carlisle - Glasson Moss - Bowness - Port Carlisle
#4Drumburgh - Glasson - Drumburgh
#5Burgh - Thurstonfield - Moorhouse - Powburgh Beck - Burgh
#6Drumburgh Moss (Cumbria Wildlife Trust NR)
#7Orton Moss (Cumbria Wildlife Trust NR)
#8Bowness Moss (Cumbria Wildlife Trust NR)
#9Finglandrigg Woods (NNR)
#10Gelt Woods
#11Annan River