This popular beauty spot lies just on the endg edge of the beatuiful town of Kirkby Lonsdale, where Cumbria meets the Yorkshire Dales.
The ancient bridge known as Devil's Bridge is said to date back to around the 13 th century and spans the river Lune, from which the town derives it's name. The bridge consists of a span with three arches and it is now scheduled as an ancient monument.
Devil's bridge is a popular meeting place, with riverside walks and picnic areas. It is particularly popular with families, but also a popluar stopping point for motorcyclists at weekends and public holidays, who enjoy the fabulous roads and breathtaking scenerty of the area. If you are a motorcycle enthusiast, then this is a great place to go to admire a great collection of motorbikes.
Another must do here at Devil's Bridge is enjoy a bacon butty and mug of tea at the butty van - voted one of the best in the area!
Catch the launch on Derwentwater for Ashness Gate and head up the narrow lane past Ashness Bridge to reach Surprise View. Car park available.
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