Walking Routes in Wyre
Discover Wyre’s rich and vast countryside by venturing out on one of the many walking routes. Perfect for really getting away from it all.
Take a look at the routes below which include full details and maps.
And if you really want to get up close and personal with the local wildlife while on foot, check out a new guide to Nature On Your Doorstep.
Wyre Way A 41 mile route following the River Wyre from its source in the Forest of Bowland to the sea at Fleetwood and Knott End. A diverse route discovering Wyre's beautiful coast and countryside. Perfect for exploring on foot.
Billsborrow Pub Walk
An attractive circular walk along the Lancaster Canal and River Brock through fine open country starting out at Guy's Thatched Hamlet - perfect for some a pre or post walk snack
Bluebells and Woodland Delights Walk
During springtime, the woodland between the village of Calder Vale and St John’s Church is a carpet of bluebells and spring wildflowers. A haven for many species of birds, so bring the binoculars and the camera!
Garstang and Barnacre Circular Walk
Discover the serene countryside round the pretty market town of Garstang. This gentle circular walk is great for getting everybody out into the great outdoors.
The Priory Scorton Circular Walk
A beautiful walk through the Bowland countryside starting out at the welcomming Priory Inn at the centre of Scorton village. For those who want something a little more strenuous, take the longer option into the Grizedale Valley.
Stanah Circular Walk
A gentle walk through the lush Wyre Estuary Country Park and along the coast. Easy terrain for wheelchairs and pushchairs, and perfect for spotting the rich birdlife.
Lancashire Cheese Trails If there's one thing that Lancashire is famous for, it's the delicious local produce. Lancashire cheese has been made across the county by generations of dairy farmers. Now you can discover this scrumptious local delicacy on these three cheese trails.
And don't forget to always follow the Countryside Code