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5 Walks In The Yorkshire Dales


 Lancashire Walks

Like West Yorkshire, Lancashire might be an area too easily written off for walking because of its industrial past and major conurbations but this too has Pennine scenery.

North of the River Ribble is the beautiful Forest of Bowland. This is shown off to a good extent by my Hareden Fell Circuit. Let us not also forget that Gragareth, Lancashire's highest point reaches to 627 metres with wonderful long distance views of The Lake District and Morecambe Bay. My walk to the Three Men of Gragareth encompasses this hill although it is listed under The Yorkshire Dales because that is where the walk starts.

Lancashire walks are likely to be less busy than those in the nearby Yorkshire Dales or Cumbria, so are ideal for those seeking peace and tranquility.

Scroll down to see Lancashire walks.

Lancashire Walks With "Traffic Light" Rating

For an explanation of the "traffic light "rating see My Walks page.

Each symbol = 2 miles

The start point for all walks can be located on Google Maps. Click here.

Bolton-by-Bowland Circular
Chelburn Moor Circuit
Hareden Fell Circuit including Fair Snape Fell and Totridge
Pendle Hill From Barley (long and short walks)      (or )
Pendle Hill from Downham
Slaidburn to Newton via Easington Fell
Waddington Fell
Whitendale and Baxton Fells
Wiswell to Sabden  
Wycoller to Boulsworth Hill and Lad Law
Maps used on these walks:

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