Pendle Hill Walk From Sabden
This walk climbs to Pendle Hill from the village of Sabden in Lancashire. The village is located a few miles south west of the hill summit and makes for an alternative start point to the Pendle Hill walk from Barley. It's about a 3 mile walk from the village so roughly 6 miles there and back.
The walk starts in the village and follows footpaths north, passing Calf Hill and Churn Clough Reservoir. You continue past Badgers Well Water and Chartist's Well where you turn north east to Badgers Well Hill.
The route continues past Black Hill, Pendle Moor and Ogden Clough before coming to the hill summit which stands at a height of 557 metres (1,827 ft). From here there are wonderful views over the South Pennines to the east, the Bowland Fells to the northwest, and the West Pennine Moors to the south.
This walk starts from the village but you could also start from the Nick of Pendle car park which is located just to the north west of the village.
Pendle Hill Walk From Sabden Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
Pendle Hill Walk From Sabden Open Street Map - view and print off detailed map
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Pendle Hill Walk From Sabden Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
Pendle Hill Walk From Sabden Pubs/Cafes
The White Hart is a good choice for some post walk refreshments. The traditional country pub has a roaring open fire, a very good menu and award winning cask ales. You can find the pub in Sabden at 36 Padiham Road with a postcode of BB7 9EW for your sat navs.
Pendle Hill Walk From Sabden Dog Walking
It's a fine walk to do with your dog providing they are in good shape. The White Hart pub mentioned above is also dog friendly with a separate dining area for you and your pet.
Further Information and Other Local Ideas
You can pick up the Pendle Way and the Pendle Hill Witches Walk to further explore the area on waymarked trails. The town of Clitheroe is also nearby.
For more walking ideas in the area see the Forest of Bowland Walks page.