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I was still getting a buzz 2 days after doing it , it is a marvellous route to walk

The trail was really good went with the dog and had a picnic half way through.
The trail also leads through emmerdale farm which was cool.
Scenery was also nice would recommend this for other people.

This was my first ever hike with any amount of climbing, so I can attest that this trail is perfect for a newbie. Absolutely lovely walk, not difficult. The Rydal cave is great bonus.

Except for the 24 mile day the hiking is fantastic . Picture perfect. Highly reccomended.

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Amazing walk and beautiful waterfall

Some very steep climbs with some breathtaking 360 degree views.

beautiful day in May. Trails well maintained, challenging for a shorter hike

Completed at Easter. Weather wasn’t great but kids enjoyed it.

Idyllic scenery, a nice mix of hills and flats, maybe a bit too much roadway to get top marks and there is one part where the charred path is no longer accessible. St Oswald’s church is a jewel.

The perfect short 1 hour hike. Absolutely beautiful. The wishing tree was a plus!

Cheers,
Michael

Lovely walk if you stick to the canals.

A bit boggy in the middle but the views were amazing

Add on Irishman’s wall and go via Oke Tor and this is a great walk. We did it early May and the ford was fine. This was Ten Tors weekend so start your walk after all the groups have set off .

hiking
13 days ago

Short circuit through a nice little park , nice one to do with the kids

hiking
13 days ago

Beautiful walk through a stunning part of the ribble valley , this walk has a little of everything and well worth making the effort to do it

A great walk but definitely not one for those not looking to test themselves a little as the steps that take you to the top of pendle are more than a little steep!! Definitely worth the effort when you get to the top as the views are amazing with a nice walk back down past the reservoir back into Barley

Great trail for the novice. Woods to beach, meadows, tilled fields, wildflowers, wildlife, something for everyone.
Good cutoffs to other footpaths. Some of the trek is on hard surfaces roads, some on rock country lanes, some through marsh and mud.

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Really pleasant loop that takes in a bit of everything.

A nice pleasant walk along the canal. Then through some farmland and into the woodlands as you climb the 195m to the top of the hill.

At the top is a nice walk along Greenham common where you can take in some great 360 degree views of the surrounding countryside. Then back into the forest and down the hill back to the canal.

Not too difficult and a very nice 2hr walk.

Nice place to walk with many different routes to choose from depending how far you want to walk

Lovely walk - Cavedale was a definite highlight!

20 days ago

Lovely walk, easy to navigate, great on a fine day

Very nice walk with the family. We had a good time at The Daneway Inn which makes very nice sandwiches. The trail can be muddy though so better take a good pair of shoes.

This 7.5KM loop primarily utilises public footpaths and very little paved roads so the experience and challenge can be very weather dependent. Part River Severn adjacent and part snaking through fields, this route offers a pleasing variety of scenery as well a varying physical challenge depending on the level of vigour applied.

walking
23 days ago

Simple 3KM loop in Maisemore around The Steadings Business Centre. All road surface but all are quiet country roads with very little automotive traffic. Some very attractive views on parts of the route which change from full landscape views, to stream side stretches under tree cover. There is a section that is paved next to an A road and this takes up approximately 1km of the circuit but with a small diversion which would also shorten the route this can be avoided and the quieter country roads can be prioritised if preferred.

walking
24 days ago

Thoroughly enjoyed this walk however there was some uneven terrain, I would recommend to anyone uneasy on their feet that this is not necessarily an easy walk.

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