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Rivington Loop, Chorley

Type:Cycle Route

Lancashire, BL6 7SB

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Rivington Loop, Chorley
Situated on the edge of West Pennine Moors, Rivington was used as the venue for the Commonwealth Games.

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Open (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)

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  • Distance: 10-20 Miles

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  1. Go Ape Rivington

    Days out at Go Ape are about having fun and creating unforgettable memories. 

    0 miles away
  2. Rivington Country Park

    Venue for the 2002 Commonwealth Games Outdoor Cycling events. With its rugged hills,…

    0.06 miles away
  3. Rivington Pike

    Rivington Pike is one of the north of England's best viewpoints. The historic tower is…

    0.76 miles away
  1. The Anderton Centre

    A residential and day visit activity centre, with a focus on work with young people and…

    0.79 miles away
  2. White Bear Marina

    Situated in Adlington, just off the A6, White Bear Marina is the largest marina on the…

    2.34 miles away
  3. The Ridges Gardens (formerly Barbara Barlow's Cottage Garden)

    The Ridges, a 3.5 acre, sheltered, quintessentially English country garden, is located at…

    2.56 miles away
  4. The Alabaster Jar

    The Alabaster Jar is an independently run paint-your-own-pottery shop that provides a…

    3.56 miles away
  5. Escape Entertainment Venue

    Escape the every day.  All under one roof!

    Escape Entertainment and the Oasis Bar &…

    3.59 miles away
  6. Chorley Market

    Standing and serving the people of Chorley for more than 500 years the famous markets are…

    3.63 miles away
  7. St Laurence

    Ancient English Parish Church, over 800 years old.

    3.72 miles away
  8. Chorley Theatre

    Enjoy a wide variety of plays, comedy, film, and event cinema in Chorley town centre.

    3.73 miles away
  9. Yarrow Valley Country Park

    Yarrow Valley Country Park covers over 300 hectares and is located between Chorley and…

    4.06 miles away
  10. Astley Hall, Coach House and Park

    One of the most intriguing historic houses in the North West, Astley Hall, located in the…

    4.36 miles away
  11. Whitehall Distillery

    Whitehall Distillery is a Darwen distillery committed to the grain to glass philosophy.

    5.39 miles away
  12. Darwen Tower

    The octagonal Jubilee Tower on Beacon Hill, overlooking the town of Darwen, was completed…

    5.4 miles away
  13. Sunnyhurst Wood & Visitor Centre

    Covering seven miles of footpaths, Sunnyhurst Wood is a beautiful location for family…

    6.01 miles away
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Rivington Country Park, ChorleyVenue for the 2002 Commonwealth Games Outdoor Cycling events. With its rugged hills, picturesque reservours and woodland Rivington is Chorley mini Lake District, with a natural beauty to rival the real thing.

Rivington Pike, ChorleyRivington Pike is one of the north of England's best viewpoints. The historic tower is reputed to date as far back as far as 1138 and boasts breath-taking views of Rivington and beyond.

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