Clitheroe, the Four Bridges Walk

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The Ribble Valley is noted for the elegance of its many bridges and this walk passes or uses three of these, the fourth being a newer, pedestrian footbridge. Much of the walk is along the banks of the Ribble, but a detour is also taken through the grounds of Waddington Hall, an international centre of the Girl Guides Association.

England - North England - Lancashire - Ribble Valley


Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Castle, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Gift Shop, Great Views, Industrial Archaeology, Museum, Nature Trail, Play Area, Pub, Public Transport, Restaurant, River, Tea Shop, Toilets, Wildlife
1/28/2018 - Jill Beardsworth

Lovely walk, very muddy through the fields where i walked out of my welly boot, leaving it behind ??. It would be gorgeous on a frosty day when the ground was firmer. Quite a few stiles that dogs might struggle with. Overall really nice.

8/21/2016 - Paul and Tracy Dawson

Nice, easy going walk on well defined paths. The section next river does get muddy after some rain as it rises. Plenty of benches on route for a picnic. There's a £2 carpark charge for 3 hours which we made with half hour to spare. Good guide details.

4/20/2013 - mark archer

Super walk and the Ribble Way was firm underfoot which was surprising considering the wet winter we have had. There is a new building development after Waypoint 3 so basically just continue past it following the Ribble Way.

11/22/2012 - Alec Jackson

Good walk with dog. Several stiles which can be crossed over or under by most dogs I would think. Very muddy alongside river (21/11/12).

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