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The Forest of Bowland Challenge Walk

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        StatementWalk & Write
        PublishersWalk & Write
        Classifications
        LC ClassificationsDecember 31, 1995
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 73 p. :
        Number of Pages53
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 101874754500
        Series
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Walking Forest of Bowland and Pendle

Highlights include the 160 m climb to Hasgill Fell and the fine views as a result. The history of the Pendle Witches of 1612 was the inspiration of four artists who have created a range of sculptures in wood, steel and stone including Phillippe Handford's curving tree sculptures.

Now Book Your Forest Adventure. The diverse range of routes include four Marilyns - Ward's Stone, Pendle Hill, Longridge Fell and Fair Snape Fell. As the gradient eased the path came near to a fence and so to a kissing gate in it.

Five Great Walks in the Forest of Bowland

4 km Time: 3 — 4 hours Grid Ref: SD702589 Roeburndale Not for the faint hearted, this walk contains some steep sections and you will need sturdy footwear. Continued ahead by the fence on the left to a stile by the next gate. Then on to join the good to the cairn shelter and trig point on Fair Snape Fell, where we sat on top for our picture, although due to Dad inadvertently altering a camera setting it did not turn out correct.

The issue is being investigated, but there are alternative routes in the vicinity that could be used if necessary. 3 km Time: 2 Hrs Grid Ref: SD 7136 5235 Aitken Wood and Pendle Sculpture Tramper Trail A short woodland walk loaded with history, art and intrigue in the shadow of Pendle Hill.

On then to a stile by a gate after which the footpath descended right into a small valley of the Chipping Brook, where the bluebells made a magnificent sight.