Penrith Rotary Walk

Penrith Rotary Walk

The Access For All Walk is a self-guided tour around the centre of Penrith. The route takes in many of the streets and buildings that make up the rich heritage of this historic market town. The route has been chosen to make the walk accessible to all, including those with disabilities. It takes about 1.5 hours to complete the full tour, but there is ample scope to tailor the route to suit individual preferences.

Although the walk is shown as starting at Age Concern "Shopmobility" (where mobility aids are available), the walk follows a circular route and so can be joined anywhere.

Detailed information about the walk is available here

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