A former railway sidings, now covered in a birch wood and popular with local dog-walkers
There are 2 parking spaces at the entrance and lots more space on the road (which is a dead end), a map at the entry, through a kissing gate so no good for wheel chairs and I think the big gate is locked.
Facilities in Carlisle.
The main paths are a figure of 8 with another circle on top so there are a choice of walks and lengths. It is all enclosed so dogs can run free. Longest circuit is probably 3/4 mile.
This area was a railway sidings but in the last 20 years a birch wood has grown up. There are ponds with great crested newts if you know where to look.
Many thanks to Wendy Graham and collie Josh for sending this walk.
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