List Of Walks

List of Walks

********Please note: WALK No.6 is incomplete due to missing pages in the source book.*******

No. 1 Approximately 3 2/3 miles —- Ha’penny Bridge – Cuerdale Hall – Ribbleside Farm – Little Cuerdale.
No. 2 Approximately 2 3/4 —-Woodnook – Coupe Green – Red Rocks – Roach Bridge.
No. 2B Approximately 2 1/2 —-Woodnook Farm – Cuerdale Hey – Beeston Wood – Higher Barn Farm.
No. 3 Approximately 3 1/4 miles —-The Myerscough – Dean Lane – Bezza – Pickering and Rigby Folds.
No. 4 Between 6 and 7 miles —-Samlesbury Hall – Alum Scar – Hoghton and Samlesbury Bottoms.
No. 4B Approximately 3 miles —-Samlesbury Hall – Far Lanes – Park Lane.
No.5 Approximately 2 1/4 —-Firwood Lane – Bennett’s Bank – Green Lane – Shorrock Fold.
No.6 Approximately 2 1/2 miles —-Blakey Hey – Stanley Grange – Firwood and Goosefoot Lanes.
No.7 Approximately 2 miles —-Bosburn – Mellor Brook – Carter Fold – Branch Road.
No.8 Between 5 and 6 miles —-Windmill – Woodfold Park – Pleasington – Alum Scar – Moss Hall.
No.9 Approximately 2 1/2 miles —-Half-Way House – Hole Bottoms – Spring Lane – Aspdcn Fold.
No.10 Approximately 3 miles —-Church Bottoms – Dean Lane – Southbank.
No.11 Approximately 10 miles —-A ramble along the Ribble valley, which passes through Balderstone and Osbaldeston before returning to Samlesbury.

 

THE COUNTRY CODE

  • Leave no litter.
  • Fasten all gates.
  • Keep dogs under proper control.
  • Guard against risk of fire.
  • Keep to the footpaths.
  • Don’t damage fences, hedges or walls.
  • Protect wildlife, plants and trees.
  • Take care on country roads.
  • Enjoy the countryside, but respect the property and livelihood of the countryman – leave livestock, crops and machinery alone.
  • Make no unnecessary noise.

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