Witton Weavers Way

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Start: Witton Park
Distance: 33 miles (53 km)
Grid Ref: SD659271
 
Climbing: 1,455 metres
Walk time: 12-16 hours
Days: 1-3

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Witton Weavers Way is a network of four circular routes (named the Beamers, Reelers, Tacklers and Warpers Trails, respectively 6, 8, 11 and 9 miles), linked together with further sections of trail to form a large loop to the west of Blackburn and Darwen. From the nominal starting point in Witton Park the route goes to Billinge Hill, Butler's Delf, Hoghton Bottoms, King's Hill, Stanworth, Abbey Village, Rake Brook Reservoir, Roddlesworth Reservoir, Tockholes Plantations, Hollins Hall (ruin), Old Man's Hill, Catherine Edge, Longworth Moor, Delph Reservoir, Dimple, Turton Heights, Cheetham Close, Jumbles Reservoir, Turton Bottoms, Edgworth, Wayoh Reservoir, Edge Fold, Lowe Hill, Darwen Moor, Darwen Hill, Sunnyhurst, Earnsdale Reservoir, Higher Broadhalgh and Cherry Tree.


Useful Links:
Witton Weavers Way Guide and Map
Long Distance Walkers Association


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