Cargo, situated to the north west of the City of Carlisle, is the latest place to be marked on my list of expedition destinations.
Featuring a bright red arrow and the text Run England 321 the markers hint at a new trail or path in Carlisle.
Drumbrugh in north Cumbria was where we headed for our walk a few days ago and we were not disappointed.
A trip to Cummersdale, near Carlisle reveals a bridge being repaired and some snowdrops growing on the riverbank.
With the Northern Development Route road due to open in the very near future we thought we would take a quick look whilst it is still quiet and a pleasure to walk along.
Perched high on a hill, on the other side of Brampton, to the CaponTree monument ,is a rather ornate sculpture to the 7th Earl of Carlisle, George William Fredrick Howard.
With the sun unusually shining on a bank holiday, we thought we should do what every boy should do, and go to the seaside. Although not famed for miles of golden beaches the nearest place to visit is the Solway. Dad decided that we should continue the walk we started a few weeks ago when […]
Many walkers and cyclists will know the Drumburgh area as one of the points on the Hadrian’s Wall walk or cycle trails in Cumbria.
Just off the Dalston Road in the south west corner of Carlisle lies the small village of Cummersdale. Our walk starts on the far side of the village down by the River Caldew at map reference NY393531. We park the car in the free road edge car park and head off towards a factory gate. […]