“The hills are alive with the sounds of bird song” … or something like that.
Now I know this is a tough sell for some, but I promise it’s one of the most rewarding nature experiences you can do this time of year!
Our resident expert David is on hand to share his insights and knowledge of the park, in what’s set to be a wonderful morning jaunt! There’s nothing quite like a Cuerden Dawn Chorus, and with the right weather it can be a cacophony of wonder with symphonies throughout!
Now hold your breath, but it’s a 5am start (I promise you it’ll be worth it) and will last for around 3 hours on the 29th of April. A breakfast bap of your choice will be included within the ticket as we’ll be opening the café early at around 8am, so you’ll have the whole place to yourself!
You’ll also have a unique opportunity to go into the parks nature reserves and see the inner workings of Cuerden at a time, most people wouldn’t get the chance to see.
Unfortunately, Dogs won’t be allowed on any of our guided walks as we don’t want to scare away any wildlife! All the nature reserves are protected areas, so we want to be as careful as possible; not to change anything.
The walk will be over the space of a couple of hours, so please dress appropriately to the weather conditions of the day (a raincoat is a must!). We would also recommend Wellies or a pair of walking boots as the terrain will vary; you and your party will be walking off footpaths, so if you’re a little unsteady on your feet – this one might not be for you. The walk will also be 2-3km, so please be wary if you would struggle over that distance.