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The Category Burnley is a subset of Lancashire.


The following Burnley Entities do NOT (currently) have Records in 'Open Paths and Trails'. Here, clicking on a Title of interest should link you to a relevant external Website (or Facebook Page):

- Walking for Health - Burnley

*Burnley & Pendle Ramblers

'There are several walking groups in this area, so why join us the Burnley & Pendle Group? Well we put on a great programme of walks led by experienced leaders who can advise the best walks for your level of fitness, and we have a great programme of social events. You can come on three free taster walks with us.'

*Burnley Borough Council

'Why not put your best foot forward and take a walk around some of Lancashire’s forgotten countryside. Burnley has some great walks for everyone. Whether you want an easy ramble or a more strenuous hike the waymarked footpaths that criss-cross Burnley reveal historic landscapes, hidden valleys and beautiful views.'

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Burnley Trail
Distance (miles)4

'Built during the golden age of canal construction, the Leeds & Liverpool Canal was to be the longest in Britain. As it weaved its way north it diverted towards Burnley to connect with the expanding coalmines in the town and influenced an industrial boom ... Our trail follows a 5 – 6km section of the Leeds & Liverpool Canal. There are 10 stop points, each marked with a QR code.'

Description from

Canal & River Trust

Burnley Way
Distance (miles)40

'Over the hills and South Pennine moors, through ancient woods and deserted farms, the Burnley Way combines history and heritage, wildlife and nature to make a fascinating 40-mile circular walk around the borough.'

Description from

Visit Lancashire

Towneley Sculpture Trail

'On a stroll through Thanet Lee Woods you will encounter the ever changing sculpture trail, carved from fallen and damaged trees, discover birds, mammals and even a crocodile emerging from its watery home. The woods also contain the oldest tree in Burnley which for over 400 years has stood watch over the changing landscape.'

Description from

Visit Lancashire

Wayside Arts Trail
Distance (miles)8

'The Wayside Arts Trail  leads up to Burnley’s Panopticon, "Singing Ringing Tree", at Crown Point. It is the result of a collaboration between Land, the Forest of Burnley and other local partners to create a new family walk along the section of the Burnley Way between Towneley Park and Crown Point ...'

Description from

Visit Lancashire

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