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Pendle Hill is most famous, or should I say infamous, for the Pendle Witch trials of 1612. Today, thousands of visitors are attracted by the history and folklore of the area, with a handful of walking trails to follow across the landscape, all under the...More
After saying for a long time we were gonna walk up here, we finally did! We parked at the bottom, near the entrance road. Two kids in tow we climbed the “stepped” path up! I have to say we stopped briefly a few times for...More
Just arrived from the latest HH werkend re: Pendle Hill 5-7oct ...WOW !!!!!! what a marvelous weekend ...steeped in history..intrigue...fear...luxury and hosted by two remarkable guides Sally and Kerry who were awesome ...they made the trip and are assets to HH. A MUST GO for...More
We climbed pendle Hill for the first time with our 4 children. We parked on the road side by the farm track entrance to shorten the journey for little legs. Really enjoyed the trip up and back down. We did the steps route going up...More
We walked the yellow route which is 2 hours and the steepest route.
Admittedly it took us over 2 hours as we had a 6 month old on our backs so stopped for a long lunch on route. It’s easy to find the path and...More
I've been all over the world, but since I was a kid, this hill has been my shadow. Always there looking over my town. I've climbed it countless times in my life and it's the place I go to get away from the world and...More
started in carpark at Barley £1 in honesty box snack bar and toilets.The Pendle circular walk is very well signposted the paths are all in good condition.The view from the top is stunning.The whole walk of 5+ miles was very enjoyable and well worth the...More
Absolutely fab, can’t rate it highly enough, we booked through a company called Dusk till Dawn and we had a historian called Simon Entwistle who believe me is a walking history book with knowledge of the area and very amusing also. We were in a...More
We opted to park away from the car park and do just the stairs up/down with a four year old climbing and baby in sling. We were up to the trig point and back to the car within 2h5m (though we have a very active...More
Response from Maureen B | Reviewed this property |
If you are going up the hill via the sharp end which is a very steep climb many park on the side of the road just out of the village of Barley and walk along the track before heading up the path to the top. But if you are... More
If you are going up the hill via the sharp end which is a very steep climb many park on the side of the road just out of the village of Barley and walk along the track before heading up the path to the top. But if you are going to take the longer, much less steep route you can park off the road heading past the Wellsprings Restaurant.