Anglezarke Amble

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Start: Rivington
Distance: 21 miles (34 km)
Grid Ref: SD633144
Climbing: 1,000 metres
Walk time: 7-10 hours
Days: 1

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Anglezarke Amble was devised by the West Lancs Group of the Long Distance Walkers Association. It is a circular walk which explores Anglezarke, a sparsely populated civil parish in the Borough of Chorley in Lancashire. Anglezarke is dominated by reservoirs that were built to supply water to Liverpool, and a large expanse of moorland with evidence of Bronze Age settlements. From the beginning of the walk in Rivington the walk goes in an anti-clockwise direction via Rivington Country Park, Rivington Pike, Crooked Edge Hill, Winter Hill, Delph Reservoir, Turton Heights, Turton and Entwistle Reservoir, Turton Moor, Adam's Delf, Great Hill, Stronstrey Bank, Anglezarke Reservoir, Yarrow Reservoir, Upper Rivington Reservoir and back to Rivington

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