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Lancashire 40 Favourite Walks

Lancashire 40 Favourite Walks

author: Alastair Ross
Lancashire is one of England's most populous counties, yet it contains a huge variety of captivating scenery with wild moorlands and enchanting woods, peaceful valleys, and historic remains, and no less than three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. All of this is bordered by the sparking jewel of Morecambe Bay and the lively Lancashire coast.

These 40 walks explore some of the stunning walking opportunities within very easy reach of many of the North West's towns and cities, including the lonely fells of the Forest of Bowland and the pastoral beauty of the Ribble and Lune valleys, the walkers' paradise of the West Pennine Moors and the mysteries of Pendle Hill, as well as the endless seascapes from the county's western fringes.

Each walk entry begins with at-a-glance details of distance, time, terrain, parking and public transport access where available. Clear route-finding instructions are provided together with simple overview coloured sketch maps, but OS Explorer map sheet numbers are also provided. The text also includes brief notes on features of interest along the way and there are colour photographs throughout.

The walks are arranged into five geographical section as follows:
Northern Lancashire
Forest of Bowland
Pendle and the Ribble Valley
West Pennine Moors
Western Lancashire

For a list of the walk locations click on the link below the 'Add to Cart' button.

ISBN 9781907025761 Pages 96 (2021) 107mm x 148mm

Price: 6.50