Trekkings

Clougha Pike

Saturday 10th February 2018

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Clougha Pike probably boasts the finest view point in the Bowland Fells, possibly in the whole of Lancashire. The Clwydian Hills in Wales are apparent much more often than the higher, but more distant peaks of Snowdonia, but the distinctive profile of the Isle of Man, over 60 miles away, is also visible on a clear day. However, it is the Lakeland skyline and the high ground eastwards that grabs most of the attention, over the Howgill Fells and into Yorkshire, where the 3 peaks of Whernside, Ingleborough and Pen-Y-Ghent are dominant.

The ground is mostly very rough moorland and sometimes rocky, which makes this a hard walk, even though the ascent is rarely very steep.

N.B. Unfortunately dogs are not permitted in this area (really sorry!)

Gradient 1/3 Difficulty 3/3

Meet at King’s Community Centre, Marina Avenue, Great Sankey, ready to leave at 9.00am

For more details on this walk or for further information on Trekkings, visit the Facebook event page to sign up, telephone Colin Marsden onĀ 07539 865890, or use the contact form below:




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