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The Lune Valley Ramble

The Lune Valley Ramble is 16 1/2miles (26.5 km) in length and follows the course of the River Lune’s lower reaches through some of the finest lowland scenery the North West has to offer. Bounded by high moors, limestone hills and shadowed by the distant peaks of Ingleborough, Whernside and Leck Fell, the route offers excellent, easy walking and is signposted and waymarked.

The Crook o'Lune

Lune Valley Ramble

The walk commences at the railway station in the historic city of Lancaster (SD471617), passing the famous beauty spot of the Crook o'Lune(SD521644) it finishes at the attractive market town of Kirkby Lonsdale in Cumbria (SD615783).

Lune Valley Ramble

The Ramble traces the course of the old Lancaster to Wennington railway, closed in the 1960s and now a landscaped cyclepath as far as Bull Beck, Caton. A riverside park is being developed between Lancaster and Caton, with grants from the Millennium Fund, with new environmental sculptures along the route.

The River Lune from Devil's Bridge

Lune Valley Ramble

Ordnance Survey Maps:

OS Landranger: 97

OS Landranger Active: 97

OS Explorer: 2, 41, 296, 7

OS Explorer Active: 2, 41, 296, 7

Follow the Country Code

    *Be safe- plan ahead and follow any signs.

    Protect plants and animals and take your litter home.

    Keep dogs under close control

    Leave gates and property as you found them

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