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Pub Walks in Lancashire

Pub Walks in Lancashire

by: Nick Burton
To those who enjoy both walking and visiting country pubs this book should appeal. The pubs have been selected for their good food, and the routes give the walker the opportunity to experience the beautiful and varied landscape of Lancashire. The 20 circular walks vary in length from 3 to 5.5 miles and each route is described in detail with its own accompanying sketch map. There is a photograph of each pub and information about its history and character, how to get there, parking facilities, food specialities and range of ales.
The routes include walks through the gently rolling Fylde landscape around Great Eccleston and Eaves; beside charming stretches of water including the Leeds and Liverpool Canal at Lathom, the river Keer at Carnforth and the river Lune at Caton; around reservoirs such as Entwistle and Wayoh, which are a haven for wildlife; down old packhorse roads and through pretty woodland around Helmshore; along the ridge at York which offers spectacular views across the Ribble valley; over the rounded limestone mound of Worsaw Hill at Chatburn; and through Pendle witch country to Blacko Tower with its splendid views of the rugged Pennine Moors.
The full 20 walk locations are: Carnforth; Caton; Galgate; Great Eccleston; Eaves; Longton; Lathom; Heskin Green; Botany Bay; Edgworth; Helmshore; Pleasington; Great Harwood; York; Habergham; Clitheroe; Chatburn; Bolton-by-Bowland; Salterforth; Blacko.
ISBN 9781846740732 pages 96 (2008) 148mm x 210mm

Price: 7.99

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