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About the Club

Established in 1972, the Lakeland Outdoor Club has a truly unique site located in a fairly remote corner of West Cumbria, at Haverigg, near Millom. This site is situated in an enviable location, given that it is close to the Lake District National Park, yet only a few yards away from a wide, quiet beach. It has fine views of the heather clad Black Combe and the Cumbrian fells, while the whole area of coastline and the Duddon Estuary is in an internationally designated area of environmental and wildlife significance incorporating sand dunes, wetlands, mudflats and coastal areas. Even the site itself is situated on a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI), with its very own colony of natterjack toads.

LOC Site. Flowers in Summer

Sunny Weather brings good turnout for Bank Holidays

Summer at Lakeland Outdoor Club

The fine weather we had over the Spring Bank Holiday ensured we had a great turnout on site, including some new members that were warmly welcomed onto site.

Sunset at the beach at Lakeland Outdoor Club

Sunset on the beach.