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Fylde Group

We are the Fylde Ramblers. We open the way for everyone in our local community to enjoy the pleasures of walking.

Join the Ramblers and enjoy

  • unlimited free access to 50,000 Ramblers group walks
  • a library jam-packed with thousands of tried-and-tested routes
  • a welcome pack teeming with top tips plus our quarterly Walk magazine
  • exclusive discounts from our partners
  • knowing your support is opening up more places to walk and helping more people discover the joy of walking
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Overview

From the Bus Station take the bus to the Anderton Arms. Pick up the Preston Guild walk, going via Red Scar, Brookholes, to the River Ribble, through Frenchwood to Avenham Park. Lastly walk into the middle of Preston to the Wallace and Gromit Statue outside the Market Hall.

This will be a walk with minimal mud.

Wednesday, 31 January 2024
Start time:
10:30 am
Estimated finish time:
3:00 pm
Difficulty:
Moderate
Distance:
13.7km / 8.5mi
Ascent:
76.2m / 250ft
Type:
circular

It is possible to park above the bus station, but it may be better to park elsewhere (perhaps Park and Ride) and then to catch the bus to the bus station.

This is a slightly later time to meet in order to fit in with the bus timetable, so please ensure that you are at the bus station by 10:30.

Opportunity for post walk refreshments in the Market Hall.

Stage Two will be done next winter.

Features

  • Toilets available
  • Car parking available

Starting point

Grid reference:
SD 54174 29715
Nearest postcode:
PR1 1YT
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Start time:
10:30 am

Meet at the northern end of the Bus Station, by bus bay number 1, which is a bay not used by the buses.

Join the Ramblers and enjoy

  • unlimited free access to 50,000 Ramblers group walks
  • a library jam-packed with thousands of tried-and-tested routes
  • a welcome pack teeming with top tips plus our quarterly Walk magazine
  • exclusive discounts from our partners
  • knowing your support is opening up more places to walk and helping more people discover the joy of walking