Crook O' Lune (Lancashire) Reviews
Description:Address: Lancashire / LA2 9NB / England / Tel: 01524 32878
Newest Review: ... the beautiful views, but the Crook O' Lune has more to offer visitors willing and able to wander through the valley. The river bank is on the Lune Valley Ramble walk: a 16.5 mile trail from Lancaster to Kirkby Lonsdale. At the river below the car park, the valley is open, green and lush, with an obvious path upstream. Visitors in summer will be struck immediately by the activity: the area ... more
Customer Crook O' Lune (Lancashire) Reviews (1)
by - written on 14/05/10 (Very useful, 595 readings)
The River Lune is one of the purest, most unspoilt rivers in the Northwest of England. Spared the drastic 'canalisation' forced on so many others to improve navigation, the river meanders slowly down from its source in the Cumbrian Fells: a silver ribbon winding through the Lancashire countryside. Just north of Lancaster, the meandering becomes extreme and the river forms an almost-loop, the shape of a shepherd's crook. The 'Crook O' Lune' is justifiably one of the most visited and famous sections of the river. Fans of Turner's paintings will recognise the name, he was inspired to paint here, immortalising the Crook O' Lune forever on canvas. Many ... Read the complete review
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