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Sailing, fishing and canoeing are some of the varied activities at Talkin Tarn Countryside Park

Sailing, fishing and canoeing are some of the varied activities available at Talkin Tarn

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Cummersdale Holmes

Cummersdale Holmes

Cummersdale Holmes lies in between Cummersdale and Denton Holme, alongside the River Caldew, just south of the City of Carlisle

17 May 2016/Categories: Trails and Nature

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There is a river bank footpath and the Dalston to Carlisle Cycle Way providing a circular walk offering a tranquil respite just a stone's throw from the hustle and bustle of Carlisle's busy city centre.

Cummersdale Holmes is now a floodwater storage zone and may well be either underwater or very wet underfoot, especially during the Cumbrian Monsoon season. Please take great care as some of the river banks are quite severely undercut through river erosion, making them prone to collapse. This is part of the natural processes of river channel morphology, adding to the habitat and wildlife diversity of the area.

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