Lancashire Coastal Way

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Start: Silverdale
Distance: 66 miles (106 km)
Grid Ref: SD456755
 
Climbing: 480 metres
Walk time: 25-32 hours
Days: 4-6

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Lancashire Coastal way is a long distance footpath following the full length of the county coastline bordering Merseyside to the south and Cumbria top the north. The Lancashire coastline, much of which is of international ornithological interest comprises a variety of landscapes from the distinctive limestone scenery of Arnside / Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, through grazed salt marshes and agricultural land, the seaside resorts of Morecambe and Blackpool and the Fylde coast, as well as the major river estuaries of the Lune, Wyre and Ribble. (Source: Visit Lancashire)


Useful Links:
Route Guide Booklet
Wikipedia
Cheshire Now
Long Distance Walkers Association


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