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 great
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.
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.
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