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Long Walks

The Pendle Way Section 1
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The Pendle Way Section 1

The Pendle Way Section 1 - Barrowford to Barnoldswick. A walk of contrasts from gentle riverside paths around Watermeetings to the breezy moorland of Weets Hill with outstanding views into the town of Barnoldswick.

The Pendle Way Section 2
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The Pendle Way Section 2

The Pendle Way Section 2 - Barnoldswick to Earby. Industrial archeology alongside the Leeds and Liverpool Canal quickly gives way to undulating limestone hills with two ancient churches to explore.

The Pendle Way Section 3
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The Pendle Way Section 3

The Pendle Way Section 3 - Earby to Laneshaw Bridge. This walk skirts the looming bulk of Kelbrook Moor and follows Pendle's earliest turnpike road to enjoy fine views from Knarrs Hill.

The Pendle Way Section 4
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The Pendle Way Section 4

The Pendle Way Section 4 - Laneshaw Bridge, Wycoller and Coldwell Inn. Discover the village of Wycoller with its ancient bridges and ruined hall which inspired Charlotte Brontë for her novel 'Jane Eyre'.

The Pendle Way Section 5
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The Pendle Way Section 5

The Pendle Way Section 5 - Coldwell Inn to Reedley. From the windswept reservoirs at Coldwell the Way leads down towards the traditional northern terraced streets of Nelson and Brierfield, once the heartland of Lancashire's cotton industry.

The Pendle Way Section 6
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The Pendle Way Section 6

The Pendle Way Section 6 - Reedley, Higham and Newchurch. Explore the ancient hunting Forest of Pendle on a walk rich in connections with the Pendle Witches of 1612.

The Pendle Way Section 7
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The Pendle Way Section 7

The Pendle Way Section 7 - Newchurch, Pendle Hill and Barley. The immense presence of Pendle Hill has drawn people for centuries as a place of mystery and pilgrimage. The summit offers outstanding views over this wild and beautiful corner of Lancashire.

The Pendle Way Section 8
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The Pendle Way Section 8

The Pendle Way Section 8 - Barley to Barrowford. Ancient field tracks lead to a 17th century hall in the village of Roughlee which has associations with the gentlewoman Alice Nutter - the most enigmatic of the Pendle Witches of 1612.

The West Craven Way Part 1
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The West Craven Way Part 1

The West Craven Way Part One - Salterforth to East Marton (12 Miles). The West Craven way is a 24 mile circular walk in two parts, ideal for a walking weekend or short break. The walk goes through some of Lancashire's and North Yorkshire's finest countyside, including Kelbrook Moor, Weets Hill, with its views over the Yorkshire Dales, and also takes in part of the Pennine way.

The West Craven Way Part 2
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The West Craven Way Part 2

The West Craven Way Part Two - East Marton to Salterforth (12 miles). The West Craven way is a 24 mile circular walk in two parts, ideal for a walking weekend or short break. The walk goes through some of Lancashire's and North Yorkshire's finest countyside, including Kelbrook Moor, Weets Hill, with its views over the Yorkshire Dales, and also takes in part of the Pennine way.

Three Villages Walk
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Three Villages Walk

Three historic and beautiful villages make up this long circular walk which is nearly 12 miles in total - though it can be split into smaller chunks. All are visitor gems in their own right. Foulridge for its historic canalside buildings and boat rides. Picturesque Laneshaw Bridge, and Trawden, where many a walker starts his ascent of Boulsworth Hill. Enjoy!

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