Chatburn - Worsaw Hill - Downham - Chatburn

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From the little mill-town village of Chatburn, the walk meanders round the limestone outcrop known locally as Worsaw Hill to the idyllic village of Downham, where the original film version of Whistle Down the Wind was made. The village also lacks the usual amount of 21st Century clutter, there being no wires or TV aerials.

England - North England - Lancashire - Ribble Valley


Church, Flowers, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Pub, River, Toilets
18/11/2020 - Ivan turner

Suggested parking area by Methodist Church at Chatburn now chained off. Some street parking may be found nearby, but an alternative would be to park at Downham and commence the walk at waymark 8. Either way a good interesting walk.

12/01/2013 - mark archer

A pleasant walk to brush away the excesses of Christmas and the New Year! (I did it on 11th January). The pack horse bridge near Waypoint 10 was a delight.

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