Ingleton Waterfalls Trail


INGLETON WATERFALLS TRAIL The trail follows a well-defined footpath which runs as close to the edge of the two rivers as possible to provide spectacular views of the waterfalls. The 7km circular route passes ancient base rocks that form the Peak District and the many rare plants and trees they

Lancaster the city


LANCASTER INTRODUCTION TO THE CITY The city of Lancaster has long existed as a commercial, cultural and educational centre, and is the settlement that gives Lancashire its name. Situated on the River Lune, Lancaster has several unique ties to the British monarchy; the House of Lancaster was a branch of



FISHING If fishing’s your thing, why not pay a visit to Wyreside Lakes, family run business, situated in over 120 acres of farmland at the foot of the Bowland Fells in Dolphinholme. On the estate, there are six fishing lakes with a superb stocking of coarse and pike. For walkers

Williamson Park


WILLIAMSON PARK This park in Lancaster is home to the iconic Ashton Memorial and its 54 acres includes woodland walks, play areas, parkland and views to the Lake District, Fylde Coast and Morecambe Bay. Some of the resident animals include meerkats, small beasts and birds. Tel: 01524 33318 More info

Shooting Events


CLAUGHTON HALL SHOOT Situated in the picturesque Lune Valley in Lancaster, Claughton Hall Shoot offer clay, pheasant and partridge shooting. If you would like to book a shooting session, be sure to reach out to them ahead of your visit to arrange. Tel 07790 047415 More info

Gresgarth Hall Gardens


GRESGARTH HALL GARDENS This 12-acre garden was designed by renowned designer Arabella Lennox-Boyd. It sits riverside with terraces, herb garden borders, an extensive kitchen garden, bog garden and serpentine walk. There are both modern and classical sculpture works placed throughout the gardens. Caton, Lancaster LA2 9NB More info

Forest of Bowland


FOREST OF BOWLAND This designated AONB leads you out of Lancaster across the fells and valleys towards Clitheroe, Slaidburn. In so doing you pass a variety of landscapes and viewpoints and natural features. The Jubilee tower provides views back to Lancaster, the distant hills and out towards the Fylde coast. The

Three Peaks Challenge


THREE PEAKS CHALLENGE If you’re looking for a physical challenge during your visit, the Three Peaks route is 24 miles long and includes an ascent of 5,200ft. You will take on the peaks of the Pennine range of Pen-y-ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough in about 12 hours. You can complete the peaks