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Walks in Ribble Country - Yorkshire, Lancashire, England - a Cicerone guidebook

Cover of Walks in Ribble Country
Availability
Reprinted
Published
20 Apr 2010
ISBN
9781852842840
Edition
First
Size
21.7 x 14.5 x 1.0cm
Weight
150g
Pages
72
No. Maps
33
No. Photos
0
1st Published
1 Sep 1999
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Walks in Ribble Country

An illustrated guide to 30 walks 'twixt Ribblehead and Lytham

by Jack Keighley
Book published by Cicerone Press

A guidebook to 30 hand written and illustrated circular family walks of 6 to 8 miles based on the 75-mile route of the Ribble from its source on the Yorkshire Dales, along the Ribble Valley, to reaching the Irish Sea. Includes Ribblehead, Horton, Settle and the country around Clitheroe, Whalley and Ribchester.

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Description

The River Ribble rises in the wild heights of the Yorkshire Dales and flows for 75 miles through some of the loveliest and most varied scenery that Yorkshire and Lancashire have to offer. This idyllic countryside provides the setting for these 30 delightful circular walks. They have been selected to appeal to all tastes, and range from simple valley strolls to strenuous fell expeditions.

Hand-written and illustrated in Jack Keighley's highly distinctive style, each chapter contains:

  • Parking information
  • A meticulously detailed map
  • Concise route descriptions
  • A general description of the terrain
  • Notes on features of interest.

 

The walks are fairly uniform in length, an average of 6½ miles, making them half-day rather than full-day excursions.

 

  • Seasons
    All year round.
  • Centres
    Ribblehead, Horton in Ribblesdale, Settle, Long Preston, Clitheroe, Whalley, Ribchester, Longridge and Lytham.
  • Difficulty
    Walks are all half- to full-days. Nothing hard.
  • Must See
    The source high above Ribblehead, the Dales down to Settle, the gentle land between the Dales and the Forest of Bowland.

August 2005

Walk 16

The path between points 6 and 9 on this walk has been closed. A new version of the route will appear in the spring 2010 reprinting of the guidebook and be posted here as soon as information is available.

 

Walk 27

Between points 17 and 18 the path no longer runs through the grounds of Oxendale Hall. The route description should now be:

17 Drop to footbridge and climb to stile. Follow path signs around the grounds of Oxendale Hall until reaching the lane.

18 Turn left for a few yards and then R (signpost Roberts House Farm). Follow LH field boundary. Pass between two barns then R along a farm road.

Contents

Introduction
Some words of advice
The Walks
Location of walks and maps required
About this book

The Walks
  1.   Thorns Gill and Ling Gill
  2.   Around Ribblehead
  3.   Whernside
  4.   Alum Pot
  5.   Potholes of Birkwith
  6.   Penyghent and Plover Hill
  7.   Horton and Helwith Bridge
  8.   Waterfalls of Stainforth
  9.   Giggleswick Scar
  10.   The Settle Caves
  11.   South from Settle
  12.   The Ings of Ribble
  13.   Long Preston
  14.   Hellifield
  15.   Paythorne and Gisburne Park
  16.   The Ribble Gorge
  17.   Beacon Hill
  18.   Pendle Hill
  19.   West Bradford Hill
  20.   Bashall and Waddington
  21.   Great Mitton
  22.   Whalley and Old Langho
  23.   Longridge Fell
  24.   Hurst Green and Dutton
  25.   Dinckley
  26.   Ribchester
  27.   Osbaldeston
  28.   Longridge and Knowle Green
  29.   Longston Marshes
  30.   The Ribble Estuary

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