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Pendle Way in Four Circular Walks - 2, Earby to Wycoller

Sun 19th May 2024

Walk Details:

Event Type
Group Walk
Northern England
Local Group
East Lancashire
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Please note meeting place has changed and is now Ball Grove Park and Nature Reserve Car Park on Ball Grove Drive, off Keighley Rd, Colne, BB8 7HY. Approximately 2,200ft ascent
General Notes
This is the the Pendle Way in four circular walks, but each one is a great walk on its own. Pendle includes the former cotton-weaving towns of Nelson, Colne, Barnoldswick & Earby, & is predominantly an industrial area. The Pendle Way is a 45 mile circular walk which was developed in 1985 and covers the surrounding countryside of Pendle, including the high moorland of Pendle Hill, the rugged Millstone Grit countryside of much of the borough, & the limestone area of the north with green and lush pastoral landscape. Waymarkers feature a distinctive black witch which reminds us of the Pendle Witches of the 17th century
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