Clarion House Way

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Start: Nelson
Distance: 22 miles (36 km)
Grid Ref: SD860377
Climbing: 894 metres
Walk time: 8-11 hours
Days: 1-2

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Clarion House Way is a circular walk in the Cone Valley and Forest of Pendle regions of Lancashire. The walk links the only existing Clarion House in the country with two former ones. The walk is designed to be done in a day by fit and experienced walkers but the detailed guide provided by Clarion House is split into seven shorter sections which make the route available to many grades of walker. From the start at Nelson Railway Station to route visits Little Marsden, Quarry Hill, Walverden Reservoir, Catlow, Ring Stone Hill, Lower and Upper Coldwell Reservoirs, Thursden Valley, Pike Low, Swinden Reservoirs, Lee Green Reservoir, Houghton Hag, River Burn, Burnley, Higham, Newchurch in Pendle, Crow Trees, Roughlee, Barrowford Bridge and Colne Water. The route shares sections with more well known long distance footpaths including the Pendle Way, the Burnley Way and the Bronte Way.

Useful Links:
Clarion House Website
Long Distance Walkers Association

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