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The Walks

Booking a seat on the coach is essential.

Booking for Saturdays - Phone or Text (Julie) on 07498-662940 (between 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm, any day) Booking for Sundays -  Phone or Text (Christine) on 07546-529704 (between 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm, any day) To book on a walk just phone either of the above numbers. Please bear in mind both are unpaid volunteers, so limit your call times to those shown above. Bookings can be made from either two or four weeks prior to the ramble, no bookings are accepted in advance of that. Bookings can be made up to the day prior to the ramble. Bookings can be cancelled up to the Wednesday before the ramble. Bookings not cancelled by Wednesday will lose the fare, bookings made after Wednesday must pay. Any seats that are booked and not occupied must be paid in full as soon as possible. Fare refunds are available in certain circumstances on written application to the General Secretary. Fares shown are subject to revision as necessary. Juniors (under 15) will be charged Half Adult Fare. Seats may be booked for the next outing whilst on the coach (payment is required when bookings are taken on the coach).

Walk Gradings

We offer "B" and "C" graded walks to Saturday destinations, and "A", "B" and "C" to Sunday destinations. A general guide is "C" = EASY (Ideal for beginners) (Saturday 6 miles) (Sunday 7 miles): These walks are intended for beginners and those who want a more casual stroll in the countryside. The route will include unsurfaced rural paths, some stiles to climb over and possibly some up hill walking. The groups walking pace will be fairly leisurely to allow the slowest walker to keep up. Many "breather" stops will take place so you can have time to admire the views. A lunch stop at the middle of the day will also be planned. Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are recommended.   "B" = Moderate: (Saturday 9 miles) (Sunday 10 miles): These walks are intended for people with some country walking experience and a reasonable level of fitness. They may include some steep paths and open country. A steady pace will be maintained. Several stiles may be encountered on the route. Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are essential. "A" = Hard (12 miles): These walks are intended for experienced walkers with a good level of fitness. They may include hills and rough country, and may be at a brisk pace. Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are essential. People in doubt about their fitness are advised to speak to the walks leader in advance. note: Please do not attempt a Higher grade of walk than you are confident of completing in the time available, if in doubt discuss with the leader of the walk.
a brilliant walking club Ramblers in the snow Ramblers lunch break

Coach Pick-Up Points

SATURDAYS (10:30am start or 09:00am for the all day outings) 10:30am St.Annes-bus stop (opposite Aldi St.Annes) (+2 min.) Kilgrimol Gardens (+5 min.) Blackpool-Half Way House (+6 min.) Blackpool-Watson Road Bridge (+7 min.) Blackpool-bus stop at Health Centre, 178 Waterloo Road (+11 min.) Blackpool-Oxford Square (opposite Domino's Pizza) (+15 min.) Blackpool-West Park Drive (opposite Cricket Club) (+22 min.) Blackpool-Hoo Hill, Layton (opposite Tesco Express Store) (+24 min.) Blackpool-Boundary Park (+27 min.) Poulton-bus stop on Garstang Road East near Hardhorn Road SUNDAYS (see notes above) 8:00am Blackpool-Half Way House (+2 min.) Blackpool-Watson Road Bridge (+4 min.) Blackpool-bus stop at Health Centre, 178 Waterloo Road (+6 min.) Blackpool-Oxford Square (opposite Domino's Pizza) (+8 min.) Blackpool-Health Centre, Whitegate Drive (+10 min.) Blackpool-Whitegate Drive opposite Bryan Road (+14 min.) Blackpool-Devonshire Arms (+16 min.) Blackpool-Warbreck Hill Roundabout (+19 min.) Blackpool-Bispham Roundabout (+24 min.) Cleveleys-Victoria Square (+26 min.) Thornton-Four Lane Ends (Crossroads Fleetwood Road South) (+28 min.) New Lane (+30 min.) Carleton-Castle Gardens Pub (+35 min.) Poulton-bus stop on Garstang Road East near Hardhorn Road

Items Left on Coach

For any left luggage enquiries please phone (Sundays) Redline Travel Limited on 01772-747877 (Saturdays) Hegarty Coach Travel on 07760-290794
For more excellent photographs have look at our “Gallery” page here.
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Date Sunday 17th Dec Monday 1st Jan Saturday 6th Jan Sunday 14th Jan Saturday 20th Jan Sunday 28th Jan Saturday 3rd Feb Sunday 11th Feb Saturday 17th Feb Sunday 25th Feb Saturday 3rd Mar Sunday 11th Mar Saturday 17th Mar Sunday 25th Mar Saturday 31st Mar Sunday 8th Apr Saturday 14th Apr Sunday 22nd Apr Saturday 28th Apr Sunday 6th May Saturday 12th May Sunday 20th May Saturday 26th May Sunday 3rd Jun Saturday 9th Jun Sunday 17th Jun Saturday 23rd Jun Sunday 1st July
Destination Arnside Scorton - New Years Day Walk Knott-End (Car Ramble) Hawkshead via Ambleside Hest Bank Cartmel Lancaster Area Malham Garstang to Dolphinholme Grasmere Sabden Hawes via Sedbergh Tockholes (Ryal Fold) Coniston via Ambleside Ribchester Langdale Barley (Pendle Hill) Keswick via Braithwaite Hornby/Wray Hayfield (Derbyshire) Rivington Conway (North Wales) Arnside Borrowdale Bowness on Windermere Bakewell (Derbyshire) Gisburn Keswick
Notes £10.00 8am Start - Return 5:00pm Meet in Scorton 10am Meet at Ferry Car Park 12:30pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 5pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 5pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 5pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 5pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 5pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £10.00 9am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6:00pm
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Things every walker should know about rights of way:-

A right of way is a path which anyone has the right to use on foot, and sometimes using other modes of transport Footpaths are open only to walkers; bridleways are open to walkers, horse riders and pedal cyclists. There are 117,000 miles of rights of way in England There are 20,000 miles of rights of way in Wales All rights of way are shown on legal “definitive maps and statements” which are looked after by the relevant council The highway authority (county council or unitary authority) has a duty to look after rights of way and to ensure that they are well maintained, unobstructed and well signposted.
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The Walks

Booking a seat on the coach is essential.

Booking for Saturdays - Phone or Text (Julie) on 07498-662940 (between 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm, any day) Booking for Sundays -  Phone or Text (Christine) on 07546-529704 (between 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm, any day) To book on a walk just phone either of the above numbers. Please bear in mind both are unpaid volunteers, so limit your call times to those shown above. Bookings can be made from either two or four weeks prior to the ramble, no bookings are accepted in advance of that. Bookings can be made up to the day prior to the ramble. Bookings can be cancelled up to the Wednesday before the ramble. Bookings not cancelled by Wednesday will lose the fare, bookings made after Wednesday must pay. Any seats that are booked and not occupied must be paid in full as soon as possible. Fare refunds are available in certain circumstances on written application to the General Secretary. Fares shown are subject to revision as necessary. Juniors (under 15) will be charged Half Adult Fare. Seats may be booked for the next outing whilst on the coach (payment is required when bookings are taken on the coach).
a brilliant walking club Ramblers in the snow Ramblers lunch break

Walk Gradings

We offer "B" and "C" graded walks to Saturday destinations, and "A", "B" and "C" to Sunday destinations. A general guide is "C" = EASY (Ideal for beginners) (Saturday 6 miles) (Sunday 7 miles): These walks are intended for beginners and those who want a more casual stroll in the countryside. The route will include unsurfaced rural paths, some stiles to climb over and possibly some up hill walking. The groups walking pace will be fairly leisurely to allow the slowest walker to keep up. Many "breather" stops will take place so you can have time to admire the views. A lunch stop at the middle of the day will also be planned. Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are recommended.   "B" = Moderate: (Saturday 9 miles) (Sunday 10 miles): These walks are intended for people with some country walking experience and a reasonable level of fitness. They may include some steep paths and open country. A steady pace will be maintained. Several stiles may be encountered on the route. Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are essential. "A" = Hard (12 miles): These walks are intended for experienced walkers with a good level of fitness. They may include hills and rough country, and may be at a brisk pace. Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are essential. People in doubt about their fitness are advised to speak to the walks leader in advance. note: Please do not attempt a Higher grade of walk than you are confident of completing in the time available, if in doubt discuss with the leader of the walk.

Coach Pick-Up Points

SATURDAYS (10:30am start or 09:00am for the all day outings) 10:30am St.Annes-bus stop (opposite Aldi St.Annes) (+2 min.) Kilgrimol Gardens (+5 min.) Blackpool-Half Way House (+6 min.) Blackpool-Watson Road Bridge (+7 min.) Blackpool-bus stop at Health Centre, 178 Waterloo Road (+11 min.) Blackpool-Oxford Square (opposite Domino's Pizza) (+15 min.) Blackpool-West Park Drive (opposite Cricket Club) (+22 min.) Blackpool-Hoo Hill, Layton (opposite Tesco Express Store) (+24 min.) Blackpool-Boundary Park (+27 min.) Poulton-bus stop on Garstang Road East near Hardhorn Road SUNDAYS (see notes above) 8:00am Blackpool-Half Way House (+2 min.) Blackpool-Watson Road Bridge (+4 min.) Blackpool-bus stop at Health Centre, 178 Waterloo Road (+6 min.) Blackpool-Oxford Square (opposite Domino's Pizza) (+8 min.) Blackpool-Health Centre, Whitegate Drive (+10 min.) Blackpool-Whitegate Drive opposite Bryan Road (+14 min.) Blackpool-Devonshire Arms (+16 min.) Blackpool-Warbreck Hill Roundabout (+19 min.) Blackpool-Bispham Roundabout (+24 min.) Cleveleys-Victoria Square (+26 min.) Thornton-Four Lane Ends (Crossroads Fleetwood Road South) (+28 min.) New Lane (+30 min.) Carleton-Castle Gardens Pub (+35 min.) Poulton-bus stop on Garstang Road East near Hardhorn Road

Items Left on Coach

For any left luggage enquiries please phone (Sundays) Redline Travel Limited on 01772-747877 (Saturdays) Hegarty Coach Travel on 07760-290794
© Fylde Coast Ramblers - This website is compliant with the new EU cookie law Fylde Coast Ramblers is affiliated to the Ramblers Association. Our affiliation number is 591570
For more excellent photographs have look at our “Gallery” page here.
Navigate to the next page> “Join Us”
blue text panel blue text panel blue text panel Fylde Coast Ramblers Syllabus of Walks
Destination Arnside Scorton - New Years Day Walk Knott-End (Car Ramble) Hawkshead via Ambleside Hest Bank Cartmel Lancaster Area Malham Garstang to Dolphinholme Grasmere Sabden Hawes via Sedbergh Tockholes (Ryal Fold) Coniston via Ambleside Ribchester Langdale Barley (Pendle Hill) Keswick via Braithwaite Hornby/Wray Hayfield (Derbyshire) Rivington Conway (North Wales) Arnside Borrowdale Bowness on Windermere Bakewell (Derbyshire) Gisburn Keswick
Notes £10.00 8am Start - Return 5:00pm Meet in Scorton 10am Meet at Ferry Car Park 12:30pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 5pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 5pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 5pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 5pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 5pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £10.00 9am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6:00pm
Date Sunday 17th Dec Monday 1st Jan Saturday 6th Jan Sunday 14th Jan Saturday 20th Jan Sunday 28th Jan Saturday 3rd Feb Sunday 11th Feb Saturday 17th Feb Sunday 25th Feb Saturday 3rd Mar Sunday 11th Mar Saturday 17th Mar Sunday 25th Mar Saturday 31st Mar Sunday 8th Apr Saturday 14th Apr Sunday 22nd Apr Saturday 28th Apr Sunday 6th May Saturday 12th May Sunday 20th May Saturday 26th May Sunday 3rd Jun Saturday 9th Jun Sunday 17th Jun Saturday 23rd Jun Sunday 1st July

Things every walker should know about rights of way:-

A right of way is a path which anyone has the right to use on foot, and sometimes using other modes of transport Footpaths are open only to walkers; bridleways are open to walkers, horse riders and pedal cyclists. There are 117,000 miles of rights of way in England There are 20,000 miles of rights of way in Wales All rights of way are shown on legal “definitive maps and statements” which are looked after by the relevant council The highway authority (county council or unitary authority) has a duty to look after rights of way and to ensure that they are well maintained, unobstructed and well signposted.
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The Walks

Booking a seat on the coach is essential.

Booking for Saturdays - Phone or Text (Julie) on 07498-662940 (between 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm, any day) Booking for Sundays -  Phone or Text (Christine) on 07546-529704 (between 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm, any day) To book on a walk just phone either of the above numbers. Please bear in mind both are unpaid volunteers, so limit your call times to those shown above. Bookings can be made from either two or four weeks prior to the ramble, no bookings are accepted in advance of that. Bookings can be made up to the day prior to the ramble. Bookings can be cancelled up to the Wednesday before the ramble. Bookings not cancelled by Wednesday will lose the fare, bookings made after Wednesday must pay. Any seats that are booked and not occupied must be paid in full as soon as possible. Fare refunds are available in certain circumstances on written application to the General Secretary. Fares shown are subject to revision as necessary. Juniors (under 15) will be charged Half Adult Fare. Seats may be booked for the next outing whilst on the coach (payment is required when bookings are taken on the coach).

Walk Gradings

We offer "B" and "C" graded walks to Saturday destinations, and "A", "B" and "C" to Sunday destinations. A general guide is "C" = EASY (Ideal for beginners) (Saturday 6 miles) (Sunday 7 miles): These walks are intended for beginners and those who want a more casual stroll in the countryside. The route will include unsurfaced rural paths, some stiles to climb over and possibly some up hill walking. The groups walking pace will be fairly leisurely to allow the slowest walker to keep up. Many "breather" stops will take place so you can have time to admire the views. A lunch stop at the middle of the day will also be planned. Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are recommended.   "B" = Moderate: (Saturday 9 miles) (Sunday 10 miles): These walks are intended for people with some country walking experience and a reasonable level of fitness. They may include some steep paths and open country. A steady pace will be maintained. Several stiles may be encountered on the route. Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are essential. "A" = Hard (12 miles): These walks are intended for experienced walkers with a good level of fitness. They may include hills and rough country, and may be at a brisk pace. Walking boots and warm, waterproof clothing are essential. People in doubt about their fitness are advised to speak to the walks leader in advance. note: Please do not attempt a Higher grade of walk than you are confident of completing in the time available, if in doubt discuss with the leader of the walk.
a brilliant walking club Ramblers in the snow Ramblers lunch break

Coach Pick-Up Points

SATURDAYS (10:30am start or 09:00am for the all day outings) 10:30am St.Annes-bus stop (opposite Aldi St.Annes) (+2 min.) Kilgrimol Gardens (+5 min.) Blackpool-Half Way House (+6 min.) Blackpool-Watson Road Bridge (+7 min.) Blackpool-bus stop at Health Centre, 178 Waterloo Road (+11 min.) Blackpool-Oxford Square (opposite Domino's Pizza) (+15 min.) Blackpool-West Park Drive (opposite Cricket Club) (+22 min.) Blackpool-Hoo Hill, Layton (opposite Tesco Express Store) (+24 min.) Blackpool-Boundary Park (+27 min.) Poulton-bus stop on Garstang Road East near Hardhorn Road SUNDAYS (see notes above) 8:00am Blackpool-Half Way House (+2 min.) Blackpool-Watson Road Bridge (+4 min.) Blackpool-bus stop at Health Centre, 178 Waterloo Road (+6 min.) Blackpool-Oxford Square (opposite Domino's Pizza) (+8 min.) Blackpool-Health Centre, Whitegate Drive (+10 min.) Blackpool-Whitegate Drive opposite Bryan Road (+14 min.) Blackpool-Devonshire Arms (+16 min.) Blackpool-Warbreck Hill Roundabout (+19 min.) Blackpool-Bispham Roundabout (+24 min.) Cleveleys-Victoria Square (+26 min.) Thornton-Four Lane Ends (Crossroads Fleetwood Road South) (+28 min.) New Lane (+30 min.) Carleton-Castle Gardens Pub (+35 min.) Poulton-bus stop on Garstang Road East near Hardhorn Road
Items Left on Coach For any left luggage enquiries please phone (Sundays) Redline Travel Limited on 01772-747877 (Saturdays) Hegarty Coach Travel on 07760-290794
© Fylde Coast Ramblers - This website is compliant with the new EU cookie law Fylde Coast Ramblers is affiliated to the Ramblers Association. Our affiliation number is 591570
For more excellent photographs have look at our “Gallery” page here.
blue text panel blue text panel blue text panel Fylde Coast Ramblers Syllabus of Walks
Date Sunday 17th Dec Monday 1st Jan Saturday 6th Jan Sunday 14th Jan Saturday 20th Jan Sunday 28th Jan Saturday 3rd Feb Sunday 11th Feb Saturday 17th Feb Sunday 25th Feb Saturday 3rd Mar Sunday 11th Mar Saturday 17th Mar Sunday 25th Mar Saturday 31st Mar Sunday 8th Apr Saturday 14th Apr Sunday 22nd Apr Saturday 28th Apr Sunday 6th May Saturday 12th May Sunday 20th May Saturday 26th May Sunday 3rd Jun Saturday 9th Jun Sunday 17th Jun Saturday 23rd Jun Sunday 1st July
Destination Arnside Scorton - New Years Day Walk Knott-End (Car Ramble) Hawkshead via Ambleside Hest Bank Cartmel Lancaster Area Malham Garstang to Dolphinholme Grasmere Sabden Hawes via Sedbergh Tockholes (Ryal Fold) Coniston via Ambleside Ribchester Langdale Barley (Pendle Hill) Keswick via Braithwaite Hornby/Wray Hayfield (Derbyshire) Rivington Conway (North Wales) Arnside Borrowdale Bowness on Windermere Bakewell (Derbyshire) Gisburn Keswick
Notes £10.00 8am Start - Return 5:00pm Meet in Scorton 10am Meet at Ferry Car Park 12:30pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 5pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 5pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 5pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 5pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 5pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £10.00 9am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6pm £9.00 10:30am Start - Return 5pm £10.00 8am Start - Return 6:00pm

Things every walker should know about rights of

way:-

A right of way is a path which anyone has the right to use on foot, and sometimes using other modes of transport Footpaths are open only to walkers; bridleways are open to walkers, horse riders and pedal cyclists. There are 117,000 miles of rights of way in England There are 20,000 miles of rights of way in Wales All rights of way are shown on legal “definitive maps and statements” which are looked after by the relevant council The highway authority (county council or unitary authority) has a duty to look after rights of way and to ensure that they are well maintained, unobstructed and well signposted.
Navigate to the next page> “Join Us”