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Farleton Knott is a 3.8 mile loop trail located near Carnforth, Lancashire, England that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and nature trips.

Length 3.8 mi Elevation gain 800 ft Route type Loop
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andrew mcmillan
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Cory Sydee
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HikingOff trailOver grownScramble

Do not follow the beginning of this route. It’s all overgrown with lots of thorny bushes. Go around the footpath which looks longer but is quicker when you don’t have to navigate walking through bushes without a path! The views from the top are gorgeous and the crags are stunning. The route at the top of the hill is beautiful. Just take your time to get there and don’t follow the route shown!

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May Jarvis
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HikingOver grown

Great walk with amazing panoramic views at the top. The path was very overgrown near the start though if you follow the route up through the gorse. There is a way to go round the edge and avoid though which we did on the way back down. Overall a gorgeous sunny day!

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Zoe Perkins
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Beautiful day up there today and the views were spectacular. Take a drink for the dogs though as no streams!

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Sean Glover
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Done this trek when it was raining heavily, I think on a sunny day the views would be amazing, going up a narrow track is where the route starts, there are parking spaces on the side which are free, it's not a hard climb but we'll worth doing !.

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Rachel Crossley
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Carey Baird
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Lauren West
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