It’s been a long, grim winter but walkers will have an extra Spring in their step as we leave Winter behind
And what better way to enjoy a walk than the promise of a refreshing reward at the end?
We’ve found nine great spots for you to try in Lancashire. Happy rambling (and drinking)!
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1. Pendle Hill and Ogden Reservoir
Climb Pendle Hill and earn your pint in this much-loved traditional pub, the Pendle Inn
2. Hoghton Tower - The Royal Oak, Riley Green
A lovely riverside walk - can be muddy so wear your wellies!
3. The Clog, Billycock and Alum Scar Walk
A delightful rural walk with superb views across the Ribble Valley to the Bowland Fells
4. Nab's Head, Samlesbury Bottoms and Hoghton Bottoms
Nab's Head, Samlesbury Bottoms and Hoghton Bottoms is a 7.6 kilometer loop trail located near Blackburn