A short walk from The Parkers Ams

Route info
Distance 2.5 miles
Time 1hrs
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
Cow count 0
Enjoyment rating (5 = best) ★★★

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Health stats Approx
Steps taken ??
*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.



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Route description

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.