The Two Roses Way Long Distance Path
The Two Roses Way is a six-day hill walk through Lancashire and the Yorkshire Dales, extending to around 100 miles of northern scenery and interesting market towns. The walk can be for a one-week walking holiday, but each section is self-contained, and suitable for day walks, based on the towns of Whalley, Gisburn, Skipton, Malham, Slaidburn and Chipping.
Day 1. – Whalley to Gisburn, 15 miles via Wiswell Moor, Nick of Pendle, Barley, Rimington Moor, Howgill & Westby Hall
Day 2 – Gisburn to Skipton 16 miles via Weets Hill, Star Hall, Hey hamlet, Lothersdale, & Ramshaw Moor
Day 3. – Skipton to Malham 18 miles via Embsay, Embsay Reservoir, Rylstyone Fell, Cracoe Fell, Thorpe hamlet, Linton, & Weets Top
Day 4. – Malham to Slaidburn 19 miles via Pikedaw Hill, Stockdale, Settle, Gisburn Forest, Hammerton Hall, & River Hodder
Day 5 - Slaidburn to Chipping 18 miles via Burn Fell, Whitendale, Whin Fell, Langden Castle, Fair Snape Fell, Parlick Pike, & Old Hive hamlet
Day 6 – Chipping to Whalley 13 miles via Doeford Bridge, Bradley Hall, Longridge Fell, Dean Brook, Hurst Green, & River Ribble
“The Two Roses Way” published by Sigma Leisure (ISBN 1-85058-338-2)
OS maps required:
Landranger Series Sheet 103 (Blackburn & Burnley)
Sheet 102 (Preston & Blackpool)
Sheet 98 ( Wensleydale & Wharfedale)
Foxhill Barn Bed and Breakfast
The Two Roses Way access from Foxhill Barn .
SD837464 Lat: 53:54:52N (53.9144) Lon: 2:14:53W (-2.24812)