Guided Walk: Sizergh Fell

Enjoy a 1.5 mile guided walk on Sizergh’s farmed estate.

  • Booking advisable
  • Free event

This short walk is a Sizergh must. Discover important archaeological sites (including a pre-historic burial mound) and glimpse the views over Morecambe Bay. Sizergh Fell’s limestone grassland is teeming with life, from diverse grasses and flowers to invertebrates and birds - all who thrive here thanks to the light grazing of the native breed cattle. This walk takes about two hours.

The basics

Booking details
Call 015395 69818
Walks are limited to 10 people and there must be a minimum of two people for the walk to go ahead.
Dogs on leads are welcome.
Meeting point
Please meet outside Visitor Reception (in the main building just off the car park).
What to bring and wear
Please wear stout footwear and suitable clothing for the weather on the day (walking boots and waterproofs are always recommended!)
The walk is over uneven terrain with some short steep sections in parts. The surface is mainly grassy footpaths and tracks.
The walks are free, but please remember our car park is pay and display (or if you're a National Trust member, please scan your membership card at the machine for a free ticket). Any donations towards the upkeep of the estate would be greatly appreciated.

Contact Info

Sizergh Reception
Call 01539569818

Upcoming events

Guided walk: Summer at Sizergh

Sat 16 Jul 2022
The delights of Sizergh change with the seasons, so join our volunteers to discover summer on the estate.

Red Rose Woodturners, 26-30 July

Tue 26 Jul 2022
Watch as the wood turners demonstrate their craft and enjoy the opportunity to take home original, hand-crafted pieces.

Guided Walk: Sizergh Fell

Mon 01 Aug 2022
Enjoy a 1.5 mile guided walk on Sizergh’s farmed estate.

Guided walk: Autumn at Sizergh

Tue 20 Sep 2022
Join a knowledgeable volunteer guide to discover what makes Sizergh's estate so special in the autumn.

One Place, One Family, 800 Years

Sun 30 Oct 2022
A new exhibition in the Tower Basement uncovers the history of the Strickland family who have lived here for 800 years.