A short walk from The Parkers Ams
|Low Point||125m (approx)|
|High Point||150m (approx)|
|Height gain||25m (approx)|
|Terrain||Farms and road|
|Bogs||Very muddy in places|
|Dogs||No dog with me, but should be ok|
|Enjoyment rating (5 = best)||★★★|
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|*Calories burned – 10 st – 140 lbs||?? cals|
|*Calories burned – 18 st – 252 lbs||?? cals|
*Calories burned uses this calculator and is worked out as though we are walking ‘level’. If inclines were added it should be higher.
Accurate GPS map
I currently have a guest blog on Visit Lancashire and the route description can be found in full here<<>>
I plan to come back to Newton-in-Bowland in Spring and walk from The Parkers Arms up to Easington Fell. This walk was a good little tester to get familiar with the area.
On this route
Newton-in-Bowland, Parkers Arms, Newton Bridge, River Hodder, Great Dunnow, Dunnow Hall (passing), Great Dunnow Wood.