South Walney Nature Reserve

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South Walney Nature Reserve: Consists of mudflats, pebble ridges, salt marshes, sand dune, rough pasture, freshwater and brackish pools. It contains an excellent range of both the common and rare flowers of the coast. There are also six bird-watching hides and three nature trails.

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Popularity rank: #7892
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Cumbria, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
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South Walney

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How to get here

Car

From Barrow in Furness follow signs for Walney Island. Cross Jubilee Bridge onto the Island and follow brown signs left at traffic lights, follow this road for about 1km/0.6 miles then turn left down Carr Lane. Pass Biggar Village and follow the road to the South End Caravan Site. Follow the road for a further kilometre until the reserve is reached.

Bus

Buses run from Barrow in Furness to Biggar.

Bike

The reserve is 5km/ 3 miles from National Route 72 Walney to Wear.

Admission

Opening Times:

Never Closes

Prices:

Free

Dogs:

No dogs are allowed on the reserve (except assistance dogs).

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