Here you can find links to route information provided by various organisations:
Morecambe Bay Trails courtesy of Visit Lancashire.
- Including: Morecambe Tern Trail (less than 1 mile), Carnforth Canal Walks (4.5 -6 miles), Lancashire Coastal Way, Heart of Barrow Walk (1 hour), Channelside Walk (1.25 – 2 hours), St. Georges Walk (1 hour), Walney Walk (4 miles), Morecambe Bay “Seldom Seen” walking audio tour (5 walks included).
Around Lancaster, again from Visit Lancashire.
- Including: Lancaster City Trail (2.5 miles), Carnforth Canal Walks (4.5 -6 miles), Lunesdale Walk (4-7 miles), Walking for All (3-9 miles), Caton Circular (8 miles), World War 1 Trail, Lancashire Coastal Way, The Limestone Link (13 miles), Kendal to Lancaster Canal Walk.
Morecambe Walks , courtesy of Map My Walk.
- Including: A wide variety of routes over various distances – submitted by individual walkers keen to share their personal favourites.
Lancaster Walks, courtesy of John Harris’s “Walking in England”.
- Including: Lots of walks varying from 1.75 miles up to 16 miles. All free to download and print.
Six of the Best Coastal Walks in Lancashire, courtesy of Lancashire Life.
- Including: Cark & Flookborough (5.5 miles), Morecambe Bay from Hest Bank (8 miles), Sunderland Point (5 miles), Silverdale & Jenny Brown’s Point (less than 2 miles), Lytham to St. Annes (5 miles), Formby Red Squirrel Walk (less than 2 miles).
Lancaster to Morecambe, courtesy of Community Rail Lancashire.
- Follow the route of the ‘Little North Western’ Railway between Lancaster Green Ayre and Morecambe Promenade, opened in the late 1840s. (3.8 miles).