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Walks in Clitheroe

Located in the heart of the Ribble Valley and on the edge of the Forest of Bowland AONB, Clitheroe has so many fantastic walks. Take in the breath-taking scenery of the surrounding countryside with walks for all abilities available in Clitheroe. Read on to discover our favourite walks and places to visit around Clitheroe.

Edisford Bridge in Clitheroe

Edisford Bridge to Little Mitton 

Explore the incredible views that the Ribble Valley has to offer from Clitheroe town centre on this walk. Travel from Edisford Bridge on an adventure through the Forest of Bowland AONB. This 8.5km walk is great for those looking for a few hours to discover Clitheroe’s surrounding countryside.

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View of Clitheroe in the Ribble Valley

Pendle Hill

No visit to Clitheroe is complete without tackling the famous Pendle Hill. This walking route takes you up Pendle Hill from Clitheroe town centre. The walk from Clitheroe is 9.2 miles long and takes you from town to country up to the summit before returning via a pretty Ribble Valley hamlet.

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Chatburn Circulate Walk

Chatburn Circular

This beautiful 4.4 mile circular walks starts in the village of Chatburn, just a short drive or bus journey from Clitheroe town centre. The village of Chatburn is located at the foot of Pendle Hill and this walk takes in some of the stunning scenery the Ribble Valley has to offer.

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