Drumburgh Moss is a site of international significance for its raised mire habitat. The routes are relatively short and there is a path to a lovely viewing platform.
If you are after a change of scenery and some space for the kids to run about then this is your place! We only saw one person the whole time we were there!
Directions: Head west from Carlisle on the B5307 or take the same road east from Silloth and Abbeytown. Drumburgh Moss is reached by a long unsurfaced road from Drumburgh Village. Find the reserve by turning south off the road in the middle of the village. Follow this track about 800 metres, crossing a cattle grid, where a small car park and a Cumbria Wildlife Trust information board direct you onto the moss.