Hiking Routes

View from Pendle straight up from the Chicken Shed

The Chicken Shed is situated on the North-Western side of Pendle Hill, surrounded by public footpaths. You can start hikes straight from your doorstep to climb Pendle, or take short drives to destinations in Bowland or Pendle for a different type of view. Regardless of your preference, our big soaking tub will ease your sore muscles at the end of the day.

Mearley Mist

The Bowland and Pendle Forest Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty provides a multitude of hiking paths, easily located.

The following website has an excellent choice of hikes in our area:

https://osmaps.ordnancesurvey.co.uk

The new “Bronte Way” leads through Pendle Country and down history’s path. It commences only a fifteen minutes’ drive away from the Chicken Shed.

https://www.walkingenglishman.com/ldp/bronteway.html

Three pubs and an ice cream parlour are in easy hiking distance from the Chicken Shed:

The Swan with two Necks in Pendleton is about a 1.5 miles’ hike

https://www.swanwithtwonecks.co.uk

 

 

The Calf’s head in Worston is about a 1.75 mile’s hike

The Assheton Arms in Downham is about a 3 miles’ hike.

https://www.calfshead.co.uk

https://www.asshetonarms.com