Ashmeadow Woodlands, Orchards and Walled Garden and Crossfield Wood
Crossfield Wood on the opposite side of The Slipway at the end of the prom is leased from the Woodland Trust and managed as a reserve.
Situated on the edge of Morecambe Bay, this shapely 500 foot limestone hill is a distinctive and beautiful part of the north west countryside that has fine views of the Lake District. The key to the Knott’s diversity is its limestone landscape, which was sculpted by glaciers in the Ice Ages. Over time, the rock, wind-blown soil and man’s intervention have created a
mosaic of habitats including woodland and flower-studded grassland. This two mile walk takes you through a magical place with many orchids and butterflies.
Situated about a mile and a half outside of Arnside, and to the South East of Arnside Knott, Arnside tower is a spectacular and almost unique example of a Cumbrian pele tower. The oldest building in the parish, the tower was built in the late 14 or early 15th century, and was a free standing tower (most pele towers had outbuildings or were attached to a house or hall of some sort)
Ye Olde Fighting Cocks
Ye Olde Fighting Cocks in the picturesque village of Arnside in Cumbria. We offer bed & breakfast accommodation, ideal for the English Lake District and the surrounding Arnside and Silverdale areas of outstanding natural beauty.
This is a designated landscape of special importance, covering 75 sq km, straddling the boundary of Cumbria and Lancashire. The Limestone geology and coastal aspect of the area sustains a complex mosaic of habitats. There are many semi-natural ancient woodlands, wildflower-rich limestone grasslands, protected limestone pavements, coastal salt-marshes, rare butterflies and many other diverse habitats.
Fairy Steps - Walk
The walk is situated in the northern end of the Arnside & Siverdale AONB and the initial part of the route follows the track of the Limestone Link a 12.5 mile walk between Arnside and Kirkby Lonsdale.