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Cicerone Guides: Walking in the Forest of Bowland and Pendle 40 Walks in Lancashire's AONBs

Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: Terry Marsh(Author)
176 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Cicerone Press
Cicerone Guides: Walking in the Forest of Bowland and Pendle
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About this book

Lancashire boasts two sizeable areas that have been designated as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The larger is the Forest of Bowland, with an area of 310 square miles (800 sq km), and this, plus and the 'bewitching' countryside of Pendle to the south, is the region covered in this book. Here you find vastly differing terrain from the lush farmlands of the Ribble Valley to the more rugged rough pastures of the Forest of Bowland uplands and the huge boggy uplifts of the main Bowland massif itself. It's all wonderfully wild walking country.

The book contains 40 diverse circular walks which can be undertaken by walkers with navigational skills. For summit-baggers, there are four 'Marilyns' included in the walks - Ward's Stone, Pendle Hill, Longridge Fell and Fair Snape Fell. And all the walks are punctuated with snippets of information on the natural and cultural history of the region, from witches to wildlflowers.

Contents

Introduction
The Beginnings of Lancashire
Areas Covered in this Guidebook
Notes and Advice for Walkers

Lune Valley
Walk 1 Crook o’ Lune and Caton
Walk 2 Crook o’ Lune–Aughton–Hawkshead
Walk 3 Annas Ghyll and Forge Mill
Walk 4 Littledale
Walk 5 Ward’s Stone from Littledale

Northwest and Western Moors
Walk 6 Clougha Pike
Walk 7 Ward’s Stone from Tarnbrook
Walk 8 Abbeystead Reservoirs
Walk 9 Over Wyresdale
Walk 10 Hawthornthwaite Fell Top
Walk 11 Scorton, Nicky Nook and Grize Dale
Walk 12 Calder Vale
Walk 13 Brock Mill and Beacon Fell
Walk 14 Parlick and Fair Snape Fell

Central Moors
Walk 15 Langden Round
Walk 16 Brennand and Whitendale
Walk 17 Whitendale and Croasdale

Hodder Valley
Walk 18 Longridge Fell
Walk 19 Whitewell and the River Hodder
Walk 20 Dunsop Bridge and Hodder Bank Fell
Walk 21 Dunsop Bridge and Mellor Knoll
Walk 22 Gisburn Forest
Walk 23 Stocks Reservoir
Walk 24 Bowland Knotts
Walk 25 Slaidburn and Newton

Ribble Valley
Walk 26 Bradford Fell
Walk 27 Hurst Green and the Ribble Way
Walk 28 Great Mitton and the Ribble Way
Walk 29 Sawley and the Ribble
Walk 30 Waddington and West Bradford
Walk 31 Bolton-by-Bowland

Pendle
Walk 32 Sabden and Spence Moor
Walk 33 Whalley and the River Calder
Walk 34 Around Downham
Walk 35 Downham and Twiston
Walk 36 Pendle Hill from Downham
Walk 37 Pendle Hill from Barley
Walk 38 Black Moss Reservoirs and Twiston Moor
Walk 39 Ogden and Newchurch
Walk 40 Salterforth, Weets Hill and White Moor

Appendix Route summary table

Customer Reviews

Biography

Terry Marsh specialises in the outdoors, the countryside, walking and travel worldwide. He is author of 40+ books including the award-winning Cicerone guides to the Northern Coast to Coast Walk (1994 and 2003) and the Shropshire Way (1999), and guides to the Pennine Way, the Dales Way, the Severn Way and the West Highland Way.

Walking / Outdoor Guide
By: Terry Marsh(Author)
176 pages, colour photos, colour maps
Publisher: Cicerone Press
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