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River Lune Ramble

Debbie North is on the bridge which crosses over the River Lune, in Lancashire.
Crossing the bridge over the River Lune

Starting point

Bull Beck Picnic Area




Grid reference: SD 542649

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You can't really go wrong on this walk as it follows the old disused railway. It is a flat walk on solid ground, suitable for all types of wheelchair.

Distance 4.6 miles there and back

Terrain: Purpose built track suitable for all- types of wheelchair

Gradient: Level track along the whole of the route.

Facilities: The Bull Beck Picnic Site offers beautiful walks along the Lune Valley, making it an ideal spot for a well-maintained public toilet facility. This location provides one fully accessible disabled toilet, two unisex toilets, and baby changing facilities.

Points of Interest

The Crook of Lune is a particularly beautiful and serene public walkway that meanders alongside the River Lune in Lancashire. It is a haven of peace and tranquillity and is a popular spot for locals and tourists to enjoy a leisurely stroll or take in the stunning views of the river and the surrounding countryside. The walkway is lined with trees and shrubs, and there are several benches available for visitors to take a rest and watch the river meander by. The area is home to a variety of wildlife, including the occasional sighting of a heron or kingfisher. In addition, the River Lune is well-stocked with brown trout, which is a delight for local anglers. There is an accessible fishing platform near to Bulk Bridge.

Route Overview

Map courtesy of OS Mapping

Place to eat and drink

There is a takeaway cafe in the carpark at Bull Bridge Picnic area

10 Low Road, Halton

Traditional country pub serving home cooked pub food & cask ales with large car park & beer garden

Accessible bar area and toilets available


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