Walk Date: 24th June 2011
Walk Area: South Cumbria

Having had to abort our planned walk only a few steps after it began for health issues I was still wanting to do something if only on the flat. I decided on Haverigg & Hodbarrow as we had seen the place across the Duddon on the last walk and recently I had seen some pictures from a Facebook Friend who lives there.
Hodbarrow Nature Reserve is a wonderful spot, like many nature reserves it is the legacy of a past industry, but now offers a walk of around 4.5miles around it with the lagoon on one side and the sea (or sands dependant on tide) on the other. It is dominated by the southernmost Lakeland Fell of Black Combe and offers great views to England's highest mountains.
Pictures from the day are now available to view on the website for those wishing to do so.
Regards,
Dave
http://www.wainwright-wanderings.co.uk/