North Walney looking to Black Combe

North Walney looking to Black Combe Credit Cumbrian Images

Walks on Walney

Location: North Walney NNR, Along track from Earnse Bay Car Park, Barrow in Furness, Cumbria, LA14 3XZ
As part of Dynamic Dunescapes series of dog-friendly walks and talks, we are inviting you and your best friends to join us on the dunes.

Event details

Meeting point

Meet at start of N.Walney nature reserve trail. SD16944 70713


11am-12pm ; 2pm-3pm; 4pm-5pm
A static map of Walks on Walney

About the event

We will be exploring the wildlife and conservation of some of your favourite coastal go-to places.

Join us on a guided walk around North Walney National Nature Reserve led by Natural England rangers and Dynamic Dunescapes Engagement Officer, Eve Mullholland.  Learn about the array of rare and protected bird life, flora and fauna that calls this place home and find out about its conservation.

Booking is essential via the links below

Saturday 19th June:  11am-12pm  Book here 

Saturday 19th June: 2pm-3pm   Book here

Saturday 19th June 4pm-5pm   Book here

Free parking available at Earnse Bay at the west end of West Shore Road, Walney opposite West Shore park. North Walney Nature Reserve is a 0,75km walk north along the trackway from the car park.  Follow the flags and head towrds the gazebo.  Please allow 15mins to walk from the car to the start of the reserve where your guided walk will begin at the stated time.


Know before you go


On a lead


The walk will be on uneven ground.

What to bring

Please wear sturdy footwear and sensible clothing. You may wish to bring your own refreshments.

Contact us

Cumbria Wildlife Trust
Contact number: 0159 816300

Please do not attend if you show symptoms of Covid.

Our staff and volunteers will be on hand throughout the day at the gazebo. Pop along, have a chat, grab some free wildlife activity sheets, leaflets and treats. 

Dynamic Dunescapes is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and the EU LIFE Programme. The project is a partnership between Natural England, Plantlife, National Trust, Natural Resources Wales and the Wildlife Trusts. The Cumbria Dynamic Dunescapes team is led by Natural England and Cumbria Wildlife Trust.