Get The Feeling
Get The Feeling as you challenge yourself to a cross-country cycle ride or walk rugged coastal paths.
Discover a new side to the bay as you step out onto the panoramic sands on a Cross Bay Walk, hike the Lancashire Coastal Way, or cycle the beautiful Way of the Roses or Bay Cycle Way.
You can even hire an electric bike and supercharge your legs as you enjoy the ride!
Cross Bay Walks – only to be attempted with an experienced guide – are the perfect way to enjoy the stunning views and changing patterns of the bay. These 8-mile or so walks across undulating sands allow you to experience the expansiveness of this unique landscape.
Check dates and supporting charities here. Walks may occasionally not run due to weather conditions so please check before travelling to the start point.
Come on down to Salt Ayre Leisure Centre to try out the various exciting leisure facilities including a 25m swimming pool plus learner pools, fantastic X-Height climbing wall or, for adrenalin junkies, there is Gravity, a fantastic multi-level flight tower with six possible descent options including a zip line and 19.5 metre free fall. Plus check out the wonderful relaxing Spa and Beauty facilities for a perfect pamper afterwards.
The Coastal Way encompasses estuaries and saltmarshes, limestone scenery and seaside resorts, and follows the distinctive coastline from Merseyside to Cumbria.
Follow this route and glimpse evidence of the industries which have thrived alongside the coast for hundreds of years, plus the wildlife which calls this unique habitat home.
Challenging in places, this route is rewarding and exhilarating.
A challenging but beautiful cycle route traversing the breadth of the county from Morecambe to Bridlington and taking in the quieter roads or traffic-free paths where possible.
Cycle the diverse landscapes of Lancashire and Yorkshire and visit the historic cities of Lancaster and York.
Stop for refreshments or overnight in welcoming towns and villages such as Settle, Pateley Bridge and Ripon.
From the south-west coast of Cumbria to Glasson Dock near Lancaster, this cycle route takes in beautiful scenery and popular attractions following quiet roads and traffic-free routes. With ‘a loo, a brew and a view every 10 miles’ this route is a fantastic introduction to long-distance cycling!
Electric bikes are a fantastic way to explore the rugged Morecambe Bay countryside and coastline!
Powerful electrical assistance will help to ‘supercharge’ you up the most challenging roads, but you’ll feel relaxed and in control, and able to enjoy both the exercise and the stunning landscapes.
Hire an electric bike from Morecambe Bay’s Electric Bike Network today – the perfect way for you to explore the villages, towns, countryside and coastline of Morecambe Bay.
Find out more: Read The Quirky Traveller’s account of discovering the joy of exploring the Furness Peninsula on an electric bike.