This extraordinary place is famous for its amazing wildlife, stunning scenery, and superb walks. From the seasonal abundance of stunning butterflies to the shining sands of Morecambe Bay, the area is simply awe-inspiring - full of natural spectacles and a surprise around every corner.
About 330 million years ago, warm seas deposited marine sediments in layers which became compressed to form limestone rock, which when subsequently exposed, was eroded by ice and dissolved by rainwater to create the distinctive geological features we see today.
This 5km walk around Storth and Sandside, compiled by Peter Standing and the Landscape Trust, takes you through woods and along quiet lanes where fascinating geological secrets of the area are revealed and some spectacular views across the Kent estuary await.
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