Hodder Way

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Start: Cross of Greet
Grid Ref: SD682608
Distance: 27 miles (43 km)
 
Climbing: 670 metres
Walk time: 12-14 hours
Days: 2

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Hodder Way is a 27 mile route from the source of the River Hodder near the Cross of Greet in the Forest of Bowland to its termination where it flows into the River Ribble at Hodder Foot. From the rivers source on boggy moorland in Bowland Forest it passes through the attractive villages and locations which include Cross of Greet Bridge, Stocks Reservoir, Hammerton Hall, Holmehead Bridge, Slaidburn, Newton, Foulscales, Dunsop Bridge, Thorneyholme Hall, Whitewell, Doeford Bridge, Bashall Eaves and Great Mitton.

Useful Links:
Hodder Way Website
Long Distance Walkers Association


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