Raptor watching on Corney Fell

Duration:2 hours or less
Activity:Nature 'wows'

Corney Fell is the perfect place to put your eyes to the skies and look for birds of prey, so don’t forget your binoculars. On a clear day you can see for miles, with nature taking first place on the aural agenda, only hearing the distant hum of an occasional vehicle. Birds such as Hen Harrier, Buzzard, Peregrine Falcon and Ravens hang in the sky. With commanding views of the Duddon estuary, why not bring a picnic too? Please be aware that even in summertime, the heat can dissipate quickly to bring a cool wind so remember to bring sufficient warm clothing.

Further Information

Planning your visit: Local amenities are available in Broughton-in-Furness such as public toilets (behind the main square), pubs, deli/grocery, petrol station and TIC (tourist information centre). There are larger services at Millom.

How to get here: From Greenodd turn right onto A5092 to Foxfield (Broughton-in-Furness) via Grizebeck. Continue towards Millom crossing Duddon Bridge (traffic lighted), turn right onto Corney Fell and follow this road to a crossroads, turn left and you’ll find informal small grassy parking areas on your left (as marked red on map). Please park with consideration for others. Ordnance survey map: Explorer OL6 The English Lakes South Western area. Grid reference SD 17790 89072.

By Martin Clayton

Ranger Supervisor Helping to care for the Duddon & Eskdale Valleys. I've been working in the countryside for over 22 years, so I guess I must like it! Organising and leading mountain bike working holidays. Fully qualified mountain bike instructor/leader. My main interests are cycling (road and mountain bike) and gardening.

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How to get here

Corney Fell, Duddon Valley

Millom LA18 5

Ordnance Survey OL6
The English Lakes
South Western area

SD 176 892

Get Directions

By Train and Bicycle: Cyclists can take National Rail services from Grange over Sands, Barrow-In-Furness, Whitehaven and Carlisle to Foxfield. From here, the quiet lanes of the Duddon Valley can easily be explored by bicycle

Telephone: 08457 48 49 50