Cross Bay Walk
Raise funds for More Music while taking part in a Cross Bay walk.
Crossing the sands with an experienced and knowledgeable guide is the only way to traverse the ever-changing flats and channels. It’s an amazing way to enjoy the stunning beauty of Morecambe Bay.
You can book online by clicking the link to the right or by phoning 07485 317732 between 10am and 2pm Mon – Fri.
Departing from Arnside at 1.30pm
What to bring:
Please bring the following with you for your walk:
– Wear old / Comfortable trainers
– Wear comfortable clothing and dress accordingly
– Bring a hat
– Water ( please take into account that on the sands there are no toilets )
– Small first aid kit for yourselves to deal with any minor injuries / blisters etc
We recommend you arrive at Arnside 1 hour before your walk start time, this allows you to complete your registration and gives plenty of time, as the walk starts on the given time not before and not after.
Dogs are allowed on the walk at a fee of £5, however please keep your dog under control at all times, they are solely the owners responsibility.
At the briefing our guide Michael Wilson, will NOT be wearing a mouth & nose covering to enable him to speak clearly to all walkers and will be using a megaphone.
During the briefing all walkers are required to wear a mouth & nose covering and maintain social distancing, social distancing rules apply at all times and we shall imply the government’s guidelines at the time.
The walk will now finish at Grange Promenade in Grange, due to their being no toilets at Kents Bank, this also means walkers can use either Kents Bank or Grange Station, there are also coffee shops on the prom making it a more sensible choice to end the walk here due to Abbot Hall being closed.
There is the option to walk along the prom past guides farm to Kents bank or along the marsh however Michael will finish the guided walk at Grange prom.
The toilets are chargeable using a contactless method to the sum of 30p.
All walkers are responsible for getting to the walk start point and leaving after the walk.
There will be a tractor as an emergency back up to assist in the event of anyone being laim or unable to complete the walk.