Saturday 5th June 2021, 10:45am-3:00pm

Car park Santon Bridge Eskdale Green Road

Contact

  • Martin Tordoff or Peter Boardman
  • 01539 735935, 07981 348148 or 017683 42079

54.394946, -3.342878

You must read the notice about Coronavirus-please follow the link  https://butterfly-conservation.org/in-your-area/cumbria-branch/covid-19-information-field-trips 

If you require further information or wish to check whether an event has been postponed or cancelled due to poor weather, please contact the walk leader before setting out.
Outdoor Events - general advice and information: For all outdoor events participants should bring suitable outdoor clothing, waterproofs and boots or similar. Bring a packed lunch for whole day events, sun cream and plenty of water in hot weather. General safety advice will be given before all our events but we ask all who attend to take personal responsibility for their own safety and possessions and to pay special regard to trip hazards and the likely presence of ticks. Please advise the field trip leader of any personal health issue or need of personal medication that might compromise the individual. Well-behaved dogs on short leads are welcome on our daytime events unless shown otherwise. If you require further information or wish to check whether an event has been postponed or cancelled due to poor weather, please contact the walk leader before setting out.
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directions if required. Post codes are given for satellite navigation but these are only a guide in rural areas.

A gentle climb to see Mountain Ringlets at their lowest altitude site in Lakeland, plus the possibility of Argent & Sable moths. Possible extension to Whin Rigg summit. Contact leader first if weather bad or doubtful.

Directions: Meet at car park at grid ref NY121012, sat nav CA19 1XA, on Eskdale Green to Santon Bridge road.  

Contact: Martin Tordoff 01539 735935, 07981 348148 or Peter Boardman 017683 42079  Booking essential