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  1. A Birds Eye View of Morecambe Bay 8-10 miles
    One day itinerary - involves walking and cycling
  2. Barley and Black Moss 6.5 miles
    This route starts from Barley Mow pub and takes the walker by Lower and Upper Black Moss Reservoirs and up to Wheathead Height with the oprion of visiting the Pendle Sculpture Trail near the end.
  3. Beamers Trail - 6 miles
    The Beamers Trail forms part of the long distance Witton Weavers Way. Beginning in the picturesque Witton Country Park, this is a beautiful walk covering both hill and valley, so some sections are fairly steep.
  4. Blackburn - Oyster & Otter 8 miles
    Download this walk and work up and appetite exploring the West Pennine Moors. Afterwards reward yourself (or before) with a delicious meal at the award winning Oyster & Otter.
  5. Blackburn and Witton Country Park 7 miles
    A varied walk starting in the Heart of blackburn, before heading out to the countryside of Witton Park via the Leeds and Liverpool Can
  6. Calder Vale Walk: Three Parishes 12 miles
    A 12 mile walk in the Forest of Bowland, taking in the Wyre villages of Oakenclough, Calder Vale and Bleasdale.
  7. Caton nr Lancaster - Fenwick Arms 8miles
    A varied, eight-mile circular walk, offering stunning views along the way and from Caton Moor.
  8. Fisheries along the Wyre 5.7 miles
    The route follows roads, farm tracks, fields and footpaths. The terrain is largely flat. There are stiles, gates and steps, and paths can be wet and muddy after rain. There may be animals in the fields. Dogs should be kept on a short lead at all times.
  9. Foulridge Beating The Bounds - 8 miles
    An 8 mile walk which takes in a variety of landscapes from the gentle setting of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal reservoirs to remote upland with spectacular views of the surrounding area.
  10. Great Eccleston - Farmers Arms 7.5 miles
    This 7.5 miles walk allows you to explore the countryside around Great Eccleston and the Wyre area. Visit the Farmers Arms before or after your walk to enjoy log fires or courtyard sunshine, whatever the weather it's the perfect place to relax and kick off your boots.
  11. Nicky Nook and Barnacre Moor 7.5 miles
    The route follows roads, farm tracks, fields, footpaths. The terrain is hilly, with a steep climb up Nicky Nook. There are stiles, gates and steps and paths can be wet and muddy after rain. There may be animals in the fields and farmyards. Dogs should be kept on a short lead at all times. This walk is not suitable for tramper vehicles.
  12. Pendle Hill Walk 5 miles
    The iconic walk between Barley, over Pendle Hill, to Downham.
  13. Pendle Three Peaks 5,6 and 8 miles
    Gloriously varied and unspoilt countryside awaits those who walk Pendle's own 'Three Peaks'. Ideal for a long weekend, Pendle, Boulsworth and Weets Hills offer three enjoyable walks in this undiscovered corner of Lancashire.
  14. Royal Geographical Society Lancashire Cheese Walk - 6 miles
    Explore the area just north of Preston, known as the Lancashire Milk fields on this 6 mile circular walk starting and finishing in the village of Inglewhite.
  15. The Limestone Link - 13 miles
    The Limestone Link guides you through the linestone country of South Cumbria: over the low wooded hills of the Arnside area, across the flat open mosses between Hale and Holme and over the rocky fells of Clawthorpe and Hutton Roof approx 13 miles.
  16. Warpers Trail - 8.5miles
    The Warpers Trail forms part of the long distance Witton Weavers Way and combines history, both ancient and modern, water and wildlife, to produce a fascinating walk for everyone.
  17. Yellowhammer Route 7 miles
    The trail starts and finishes at Ormskirk railway or bus station and takes you through the historic town centre and out to the rolling countryside, boasting stunning views of Lancashire and beyond.
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