The Spinners Arms Cummersdale LogoCummersdale,
Carlisle, Cumbria, CA2 6BD

Tel: 01228 532928

Four Legged Friends
Walking & Cycling

Opening hours:

Monday to Friday
6pm –12am
Saturday & Sunday
12pm – 12am

Food Served:

Monday to Friday
(excluding Tuesday)
6pm to 8pm
Saturday & Sunday
12pm - 3pm & 6pm - 8pm


Walking & Cycling

The Spinners Arms is an ideal stopping point for walkers and cyclists. There are a number of short walks and cycle routes close by, as well as access to major routes such as the C2C, Reivers cycle route and Hadrians cycle route.
The sustrans cycle route runs through Cummersdale Holmes, from Denton Holme to Dalston and is brilliant for both walkers and cyclists. Cummersdale Holmes follows the River Caldew, just south of the City of Carlisle. There is a river bank footpath and the Dalston to Carlisle Cycle Way provides a circular walk offering tranquil scenic views. There is an abundance of wildlife from otters to sand martins to kingfishers.
Access to the Holmes from Cummersdale can be found by 2 small lanes, one to the rear of Cummersdale School and one that runs down the side of Stead McAlpin’s print works or by the road that runs through the village, down to the river.

Short walking map from Carlisle City Council

More information on Cummersdale Holmes

More information on Cummersdale, its history, geography & some further short walks

Links to major routes: