Centre of The Kingdom Walk

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Start: Clitheroe Castle
Distance: 48 miles (77 km)
Grid Ref: SD741416
Climbing: 1,364 metres
Walk time: 18-24 hours
Days: 3-4

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Centre of the Kingdom Way is a long distance footpath in Lancashire, Northern England. It is a circular route beginning and ending in Clitheroe. The walk explores the beauty of the area, in particular the Ribble Valley and the eastern fringes of the Forest of Bowland. Sights of Interest on the route include Clitheroe Castle, the ancient village of Pendleton, The King's Highway, Mearley Hall, Warren Hill, Flax retting pools, Sawley Abbey, Bolton Hall and King Henry's Well. Towns, villages, hamlets and geographical locations along the Centre of the Kingdom Way which starts with Clitheroe include Standen Bridge, Pendleton, Worsaw Hill, Chatburn, Sawley, Bolton-by-Bowland, Harrop Fold, Threap Green Brook, Hammerton Mere, Holmehead Bridge, Slaidburn, Newton, Oxenhurst Clough, Dunsop Bridge, Whitewell, Bowland with Leagram, Chipping, River Hodder, Bashall Eaves and Eadsford Bridge.

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