Car based walk with John Ireland.
Please note amended date - also see parking details.
A trip to one of the less well known walking areas of the Lancashire Pennines, skirting the southern edge of the Forest of Bowland.
First a climb up Parlick and then along the ridge to Fairsnape Fell and Paddy's Pole, then along above Wolf Fell and descending down Saddle Fell before a winding wander back to Chipping.
Meet & Travel arrangements - Car Sharing
For car share walks, we meet at a convenient Manchester location and drive to the walk start using as few cars as possible. This keeps fuel costs and emissions down. Passengers please remember to contribute towards fuel costs at the end of the day.
Itinerary is below - click links for map and further information.
09:00: Meet at Ferguson House, Blackfriars Road, Salford, M3 7AG for lift share organising.
09:15: Cars will leave for the walk start (Chipping Village Car Park).
10:30: Walk starts at Chipping Village Car Park.
If you are driving, please make every effort to attend the Ferguson House, Blackfriars Road, Salford, M3 7AG meet point as some people may depend on a lift to get to the walk start. For further information, email email@example.com, especially if you intend to drive there directly.
Waypoints: Wolfen Hall, Parlick, Nick's Chair, Fairsnape Fell, Saddle Fell, Saddle End Farm, Burnslack, Stanley, Lickhurst Farm, Knot Hill, Chipping
Drinks in Chipping at the end of the walk at the Sun Inn.
Chipping Village Car Park £2.10 for 8 hours. Use post code PR3 2QH for car park.
More parking details on https://www.ribblevalley.gov.uk/info/200297/parking_travel_and_roads/1213/car_parks_and_parking/4
Gaiters advised - whilst we are sticking mostly to paths some sections may be muddy.