Three Villages Walk
Barley, Roughlee and Newchurch in Pendle
Video run time: 22 minutes 26 seconds
A circular taking in three of Pendle's picturesque villages. A riverside walk takes you from Barley to Roughlee, where after passing Roughlee Old Hall and crossing the stepping stones, there is a short climb to reveal a wonderful panorama of Pendle Hill. The walk then follows the ridge along Noggarth before briefly descending and then ascending to reach Newchurch in Pendle. The walk then drops down across a few fields to Heys Lane, which is followed back in to Barley.
|Parking:||Pay and display car park in Barley (grid reference SD 823 403) - £1 / day as at January 2012|
|Directions:||Google Maps: get directions here / What3words: indicated.confined.vine|
|Walk distance:||5.6 miles (8.9 Km)|
|Estimated walk time:||2 hours 15 minutes|
|Height climbed:||258 metres|
|Grade:||2-C: A medium length walk that has rugged terrain and some steep climbs|
|Peaks / summits:||None of note|
|Map:||Ordnance Survey - Explorer OL41 (Forrest of Bowland & Ribblesdale)
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|Walk features:||Birds, Flowers, Historic Building, River, Views, Waterfall|
|Facilities / refreshments:||Toilets and café in car park at Barley. Pendle Inn in Barley. Tearoom in Barley and at Noggarth Top Café. Public toilets in Newchurch in Pendle|
|Nearest town:||Walk passes through Barley, Roughlee and Newchurch in Pendle|
|Local accommodation:||View accommodation close to the start of this walk from Sykes Holiday Cottages|
|Walk Tags:||Video walk, Barley, Roughlee, Newchurch in Pendle, White Hough, Pendle water, Narrowgate mill, Pendle Hill, Roughlee old hall, Stansfield tower, Blacko tower, Burnley, Nelson, Colne, Spen Brook, Noggarth top café, Pendle Inn, Parish church of St Mary, Witches galore, Heys lane, Boothman wood|
|Video run time:||22 minutes 26 seconds|
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