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Burton-in-Kendal is a village and civil parish on the extreme southern edge of Cumbria, England. The parish contains around 660 houses and in the 2001 census had a population of 1,411, increasing at the 2011 census to 1,497. Historically within the county of Westmorland, the village straddles the A6070 road between Crooklands and Carnforth, at a point around midway between Lancaster and Kendal, and is in the shadow of the nearby limestone outcrop known as Farleton Knott.

Saturday 25 March: Coast or Canal – Burton in Kendal to Lancaster


If you are interested in joining this outing and wish to know more, simply click on the file name above. Instructions for reserving a seat on our coach are on the Walksheet.

This is a combination walk where you can walk the Lancashire coast or the Lancaster Canal towpath, or do part coast & part towpath.

For a detailed Routemap showing the walk routes on offer, click on the filename below.


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