424 Fair Snape Fell

Saddle Fell, Wolf Fell and Fair Snape Fell, are magical names for lovers of the Bowland hills. Rising steeply from the Lancashire plain these heather-topped heights are all open access, so walkers can wander freely over the wind-swept summits. This is the haunt of curlew, golden plover, short-eared owl and red grouse, while above, turning lazily in the up-currents, a glider sweeps gracefully along the edge.

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LOCATION: Forest of Bowland
START: Two miles north-west of Chipping. Park on road to Fell Foot, which starts from the corner by the entrance to Wolfen Hall Estate
Grid ref: SD602442 Postcode: PR3 2NQ
DISTANCE: 5.5 miles
GRADE: Strenuous
TIME: 3 hours
MAP: Explorer OL - Forest of Bowland Landranger 102
NOTE: Sorry, NO DOGS. The moors can be closed for shooting or fire risk Tel 0845 100 3298
REFRESHMENTS: Pack a flask
EN ROUTE: Paddy’s Pole


This walk was originally published by
The Manchester Evening News

   
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