Here are nine spring walks around Preston that include a great pub stop

As the weather warms up, and lockdown eases, we can all enjoy some fresh air around Lancashire

Saturday, 17th April 2021, 7:00 am
Walk with rewards..

And what better to enjoy a walk which includes a refreshing reward in one of these fine establishments:

Avenham Park and the River Ribble: Lovely park surroundings, and one of Preston's finest beer gardens at The Continental
Haighton Manor - Fulwood Park Wood Walk: Haighton Manor is a real gem, ideal for refreshments before or after your walk

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The Clog, Billycock and Alum Scar Walk: A delightful rural walk with superb views across the Ribble Valley to the Bowland Fells
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
Rake Brook Reservoir to Darwen Tower: Wide open reservoirs and woodland see this walk end at the Hare and Hounds in Abbey Village
Nicky Nook The Priory Cafe & Bar: A loop trail located near Preston that features a great forest setting
Pendle Hill and Ogden Reservoir - Pendle Inn: Climb Pendle Hill and earn your pint in this much loved traditional pub
Leeds Liverpool Canal - Top Lock, Wheelton: Watch the world go by on the canal with a drink in hand. Perfect!
Hoghton Tower - The Royal Oak, Riley Green: Nice riverside walk - can be muddy!