6 of the best March walks in Lancashire

PUBLISHED: 00:00 03 March 2020 | UPDATED: 13:59 24 March 2020

Barley from Pendle by John Lenehan

Barley from Pendle by John Lenehan

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We looked through our archives to see what we recommended to you in previous years during this month. NOTE: In light of the government guidelines on safeguarding against the coronavirus, only take walks that are local to you and stay two metres away from other people.

The Whalley Viaduct by John LenehanThe Whalley Viaduct by John Lenehan

Whalley Heritage Trail

March 2019 issue

Take The Heritage Trail around Whalley, first you need to pruchase the map from the Abbey, which is a perfect excuse for a quick visit before your walk.

Click here to view the details of the Whalley walk

Pendle from above Barley by John LenehanPendle from above Barley by John Lenehan

Barley to Pendle Hill

March 2018 issue

For those who want to visit Pendle Hill, but don't want to tackle the ascent, this gentle circular stroll takes in Lower Black Moss Reservoir and skirts under the Big End to Upper and Lower Ogden Reservoirs.

Click here to view the details of the Barley walk

Tarleton village by John CocksTarleton village by John Cocks

Tarleton

March 2017 issue

What better time to visit the fertile fields of West Lancashire than in the middle of Spring? Other signs of the season will be the abundance of bird life you will see along your way.

Click here to view the details of the Tarleton walk

Winter Hill by John LenehanWinter Hill by John Lenehan

Belmont and Winter Hill

March 2016 issue

Set off from Belmont to explore the West Pennine Moors, heading towards the imposing Winter Hill and then onto its less spectacular neighbour on Noon Hill.

Click here to view the details of the Belmont walk

View to Clitheroe Castle by Keith CarterView to Clitheroe Castle by Keith Carter

Worston

March 2015 issue

One for those interested in geology. Heading out from the centre of Clitheroe, walk towards Worston via the Salthill Quarry Nature Reserve.

Click here to view the details of the Worston walk

Brierfield by Keith CarterBrierfield by Keith Carter

Brierfield

March 2014 issue

He head for East Lancashire at the southern edge of Pendle Hill to Brierfield for the start of this walk. You take in a section of the Pendle Way and pass by the Leeds-Liverpool Canal.

Click here to view the details of the Brierfield walk

 

All the routes were correct at the time of publication, over time access to certain parts of the walk may be subject to change.

 

 

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