Lovely walk from a popular village in the Forest of Bowland. A few miles from the village is the exact central point of Great Britain as determined by Ordnance Survey.

We walked this one anti-clockwise. An easy start on a wide track and an easy walk beside the road for the last section. The middle part of this walk is a bit more strenuous with a couple of steep climbs, but it’s worth the effort for the views from the top of the fells.

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