The Cuerden Valley

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Although the walk is based upon Cuerden Valley Park, it goes well beyond its boundaries. There are relatively few field-paths as the walk uses mainly paved paths in the park or surfaced cycleways, making it a good option for those soggy times of year. It is a figure-of-eight walk which has only one climb and two stiles and it may be started from car parks other than the one that I used, including one close to the new Visitor Centre with its café and toilets.

England - North England - Lancashire - Common or Park

Features

Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Flowers, Mostly Flat, Play Area, Public Transport, River, Stately Home, Tea Shop, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland
25/10/2019 - Gill Ellard

A great walk for winter, when fields are often muddy. Note that at no 19, there are wooden railings before the footbridge, which we confused with the footbridge which is a bit further on. Also, at 28, the stone lions are now horses heads!

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7.5 Miles