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Short walks in Allerdale

Walking is a great form of physical activity which can enable you to improve your health and fitness, and with some of the most breath-taking scenery in the country, with the Lake District in the south and the coastline stretching to the north, this is an ideal place to get out and about and stay healthy.

Just a 10 minute brisk walk each day can significantly improve your health and positively contributes to the prevention and management of over 20 chronic diseases. To help make it as easy as possible for people to get fit and healthy through walking, we’ve recommended some specially designed local ‘doorstep walks’. These are simple walking routes across the borough that vary in length and difficulty depending on your health and fitness levels, so they are easily accessible to everyone. 

Download the doorstep walks routes and information below:

Doorstep walks in Allerdale

Aspatria doorstep walks

Cockermouth doorstep walks

Curwen Park, Workington walk

Flimby doorstep walks

Harrington Nature Reserve walk

Keswick doorstep walks

Maryport Harbour walk

Maryport Promenade walk

Salterbeck Shore walk

Silloth doorstep walks

St Michael's Churchyard walk

Vulcan Park, Workington walk

Wigton doorstep walks

For more information on walking in the area, including groups and schemes, visit the Active Cumbria website. 

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