On 18th August at 9am we are meeting at Tescos in Didsbury before we set off on the picturesque Lancashire 4 Reservoir’s Walk.
Details of the Lancashire 4 Reservoir’s Walk are as follows:
Total Walk distance – 8.5 miles
Grade of Walk – 2
Pub – Strawberry Duck
The Walk starts on the Witton Weavers Way footpath which combines history, from the ancient and modern, water and wildlife to produce a fascinating walk for everybody.
The walk starts thou the beautiful Lancashire countryside which leads us too Turton Tower which was built in the 15th century and then converted into a Turdor Hall.
Where then we will pass on too Jumbes Country park and pass our first reservoir of the day Jumbles, where if you are lucky enough you might catch sight of a Kingfisher or a Grey Wagtail.
Which then leads us too the second reservoir of the day Turton Then we will walk around the last too Wayoh and Entwistle reservoir and then to finish the day a nice sunday lunch and pint.
Kit list: hat, gloves, warm clothes, waterproof jacket and trousers, walking trousers walking boots as may be slippy tea flask.
Regular walking can…
- fill you with energy and confidence
- help you beat stress
- make your heart fitter and strengthen your bones
- help you keep your weight down
Walking can be the very best way to explore Lancashire’s countryside, canals, coast and towns, giving you access to stunning views, quiet lanes and rare wildlife.
From the flat plains in the west through to the rugged moorland of the Forest of Bowland and on to the West Pennine Moors in the east, there will be a terrain and distance to suit everyone.
From short, gentle rambles to long distance treks, you can download a whole range of walks that allow you to explore the county.
You will find walks inspired by Pendle witches and renowned authors, heritage trails and industrial landmarks, as well walks themed around some of Lancashire’s famous food.
To book the Lancashire 4 Reservoir’s Walk simply click here: http://www.social-circle.co.uk/event-view.asp?id=7299&event=FREE-Lancashire-4-Reservoir%27s-Walk