6 of the best June walks in Lancashire

PUBLISHED: 00:00 01 June 2020 | UPDATED: 15:32 02 June 2020

White Coppice by John Lenehan

White Coppice by John Lenehan

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We looked through our archives to see what we recommended to you in previous years during June. NOTE: Safeguarding against the coronavirus is likley to be a part of everyday life for the forseeable future. We advise that two metres social distancing and checking the latest guidelines are the best course of action.

Sabden by John LenehanSabden by John Lenehan

Sabden

June 2018 issue

A walk from Sabden visiting Churn Clough Reservoir, Deerstones and Apronful Hill.

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Cricket at White Coppice by John LenehanCricket at White Coppice by John Lenehan

White Coppice

June 2017 issue

The first of two walks in the area around White Coppice, this walks takes in Healey Nab and Anglezarke.

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Path to Great Hill, Brinscall by John LenehanPath to Great Hill, Brinscall by John Lenehan

Brinscall

June 2016 issue

This route follows the stream of the Goit through tranquil woods to the hamlet of White Coppice. It then climbs over open moor to the heights of Great Hill before returning to Brinscall.

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The path to Darwen Tower by John LenehanThe path to Darwen Tower by John Lenehan

Tockholes

June 2015 issue

This very beautiful walk visits the deep wooded valley of Roddlesworth and a Wishing Well then climbs to the airy heights of Darwen Moors and a Tower.

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Rapeseed field near Shevington by Keith CarterRapeseed field near Shevington by Keith Carter

Shevington Moor

June 2014 issue

A walk around Shevington Moor and Standish, not a place renowned for its walking, which could mean it’s a great place to avoid the crowds.

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Newton in Bowland by Keith CarterNewton in Bowland by Keith Carter

Newton in Bowland

June 2013 issue

A walk from Newton in Bowland, following the River Hodder to Slaidburn. Many of the establishments decscribed may still be closed to the lockdown, so leave later on in the year to enjoy this walk fully.

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All the routes were correct at the time of publication, over time access to certain parts of the walk may be subject to change. We advise you acquire a recent OS map of the area you plan to visit and assure there are no major changes.

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