Orlock Point

Orlock Point

Coast

National Trust

Walk

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The Rocky outcrops of Orlock Point contain a mosaic of semi-natural habitats which support a rich diversity of plants and animals.

The walk affords stunning views of the Copeland Islands and out across the Irish Sea towards Scotland. The area is steeped in archaeology and history, with evidence of Vikings, smugglers and Second World War defences.

54.66929,-5.575118

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