Best Walks around Arnside and Silverdale: A Set of 5 Guides
Explore the Arnside / Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the Cumbria, Lancashire border with this set of five Wild Card Discovery Walks. After months of research I believe these routes are the best low to mid-level circular walks in this area.

Each guide has six 11cm x 22cm pages and includes:
A map
Clear directions
Information about the wildlife and points of interest
Original photographs

So please enjoy the scenery, identify the wildlife and discover the history of the Arnside and Silverdale Area with this set of five superior quality walking guides:
Wild Card Walks and Joan Bryden Photography
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Arnside walk
A moderate 5.25 mile ramble with amazing coastal scenery and the wildlife of Arnside Knott.
Beetham walk
An easy 4.5 mile walk to the magical Fairy Steps, a corn mill and deer park. Lovely limestone woodland and views of the estuary.
Silverdale walk
An easy 4.25 mile coastal walk passing Jenny Brown's Point, then a woodland return via the magical Woodwell.
Warton walk
A moderate 4.5 mile ramble from Warton with its amazing American connections. Enjoy great views from Warton Crag and later over the wetlands of Leighton Moss.

Waterslack walk
A moderate 6.25 mile walk past Lancashire's only lake, through scenic parkland and the reed beds of Leighton Moss.
Individual walks around Arnside and Silverdale cost just 1.00 each.
Click the green links on the right for more details.
Printed on quality 120gsm FSC certified paper, this guide will fit into your pocket, withstand a day's outing and provide lasting memories
of your walk. This paper copy will be posted to you within 3 days (usually much sooner).
Free postage over 4.00. Postage to UK only.

If you choose the PDF format, the download will be sent to your email address within 48 hours (usually much sooner) via the secure file transfer
service, 'Hightail'. You then have 14 days in which to download the walk onto your smartphone or own computer, leaving you the freedom to print
as many copies as you like. All walks in the PDF format have small tick boxes on the photos. Ideal for children.

PDF FILE FOR THE SET OF FIVE WALKS: Business Use 99.00 (incl. VAT)
The business licensed PDF is designed for hotels, guest houses etc who wish to provide their guests with a complimentary copy of the walk.
This could either be printed for your guests or simply emailed prior to their visit.
The walk will be personalised with the hotel name. NOT FOR RE-SALE.
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Much time and effort goes into the making of the Wild Card Discovery Walks because I would like them to be regarded as some of the best and most detailed guides on the market. Please note however that new fences may have been erected, signposts changed or at times my directions may even have led you astray! Please contact me if you have any comments or contributions to make about the walks. Your feedback is invaluable and helps to ensure that the guides are continually up to date and are as accurate as possible.
The tick boxes on the photos of the PDFs are an ideal way to keep children interested in a walk, but please be aware that some shots have been taken with a zoom lens and I may have taken carefully considered risks to get some of the other photos. Please ensure that children don't take risks by trying to view places from the same angle in order to get a tick!

I hope you enjoy these Wild Card Walks as much as I enjoyed preparing them.
Leighton Moss RSPB Nature Reserve