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Cycling, Walking & Drives
Walking – Cleveleymere & Scorton is a popular spot for walkers and there are a number of routes that start in the village centre. The millennium way route to Garstang is always very busy as people wander up away from the road edge and overlook the river and fields. At the back of Cleveleymere is the hill, Nicky Nook and standing at the top of it, you have the best view in Lancashire. The 360-degree panorama includes Morecambe Bay, Blackpool Tower, Lake District fells and even the shadowy outline of the Isle of Man. Well worth the short climb!
- Peewits & Pheasants (1.6 MB)
- Mills along the Brock (1.4 MB)
- River, Hill & Valley (1.6 MB)
- Three Parishes(795 KB)
- Delph Quarry Circular Walk (1.1 MB)
- Bridges along the Brock (2.4 MB)
- Creamy Lancashire Cheese Trail (865 KB)
- Crumbly Lancashire Cheese Trail (752 KB)
- Tasty Lancashire Cheese Trail (745 KB)
- Nicky Nook (1.47MB)
- Cleveleymere/Scorton picnic site (501.56KB)
- Ingleton Waterfall Trail
- Pendle Hill Witches trails
Cycling – Cleveleymere & Scorton has long been a destination and rest stop for cyclists from all over the Northwest. More recently national cycle route number 6 has been routed through Scorton and the village has hosted many visitors for the Tour of Lancashire. There are a variety of routes from Cleveleymere for all abilities. Cleveleymere bikes are free to use for our residents on site only.
- Cycling for All (2.4 MB)
- Cycling for All 2 (2.35 MB)
- Bowland by Bike (3.4 MB)
- Preston Canal Cycle Route
- Countryside Code (268 KB)
- Cycle Adventure Bike Hire
- Scorton Cycle Ride (1.85kb)
Scenic Drives.- ‘Area of outstanding Natural Beauty’, so expect to be impressed by a drive through the Forest of Bowland. The exact geographic centre of England couldn’t be quainter – the tiny village of Dunsop Bridge- with its tea shop, riverside ducks and stunning fell views.
- Forest of Bowland AONB Map (4.5 MB)
- Forest of Bowland AONB General Information (4 MB)
- Forest of Bowland AONB Access Land (6.4 MB)
- Forest of Bowland AONB Treading Carefully (268 KB)
- Birding in Bowland (5.2 MB)
- The Ribble Valley Food Trail (3 MB)
- The Lake district AONB General Information
It’s said the Queen dreams of retiring to the Forest of Bowland . An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it’s easy to see the attractions of this impressive ancient forest in Lancashire’s Ribble Valley.