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 at Rivington Hall Barn the walk goes in a figure of eight loop and in a anti-clockwise direction via Rivington Pike, Brown Hill, Knowle House, Rivington Lodge, Lower Rivington Reservoir, The Castle, Croft Bridge, Upper Rivington Reservoir, Yarrow Reservoir, Anglezarke Reservoir, Hurst Hill, Round Loaf, Dean Black Brook, Wheelton Plantation. Healey Nab, Heapey Fold Lane and Charnock Back Lane before returning to Rivington Hall Barn.