Routes EnglandNorth Turton
Tockholes Woods

North Turton, England

Tockholes Woods

Length
6.6 mi
Elev. Gain
882.3 ft
Est. Steps
15000

Scenic views

Quiet place

Grassland

Overgrown

Off trail

Muddy

No shade

Steep slope

Created by pete
Introduction
Tockholes Woods is a 6.6 miles (15,000-step) route located near England, United Kingdom. This route has an elevation gain of about 882.3 ft and is rated as medium. Find more routes like this on the Pacer App.
Good walking path around the woods

Hollinshead Hall

Historical
Hollinshead Hall was a manor house close to the village of Tockholes, Lancashire. It is unclear whether the hall was originally the manor house of Tockholes, or if Hollinshead was indeed a manor in its own right alongside Tockholes and Livesey. The ruins of the hall are situated approximately 2 miles (3.2 km) south of the village.

Lower Roddlesworth Reservoir

Water
Lower Roddlesworth Reservoir is a reservoir on the River Roddlesworth close to Abbey Village in Lancashire, England.The reservoir is close to Upper Roddlesworth Reservoir and Rake Brook Reservoir, situated within thick forest. It was constructed in the 1850s by Thomas Hawksley for Liverpool Corporation Waterworks, and together with Rake Brook, was designed to hold compensation water to maintain flows in the rivers, whereas the reservoirs at Lower Rivington, Upper Rivington and Anglezarke held water for the public water supply.

Roddlesworth

Place
Roddlesworth is a hamlet in the parish of Withnell in Lancashire, England. It lies on the road connecting Preston with Bolton.The name is first encountered as Rodtholfeswrtha (1160), meaning "the homestead of Hrothwulf".

Upper Roddlesworth Reservoir

Water
Upper Roddlesworth Reservoir is a reservoir on the River Roddlesworth near Abbey Village in Lancashire, England.The reservoir is close to Lower Roddlesworth Reservoir and Rake Brook Reservoir and sits within dense woodland.

Rake Brook Reservoir

Place
Rake Brook Reservoir is a reservoir fed by two streams, including the eponymous Rake Brook, a tributary of the River Roddlesworth in Lancashire, England.The reservoir is adjacent to the two Roddlesworth Reservoirs. It was constructed in the 1850s by Thomas Hawksley for Liverpool Corporation Waterworks, and was designed to hold compensation water to maintain flows in the rivers, whereas the reservoirs at Lower Rivington, Upper Rivington and Anglezarke held water for the public water supply.

Slipper Lowe Plantation

Landform

Roddlesworth Nursery

Landform

Tockholes No 1 Plantation

Landform

Kitchen Croft Plantation

Landform

Roddlesworth No 4 Plantation

Landform
Route Details

Length

6.6 mi

Elev. Gain

882.3 ft

Est. Steps

15000
Created by
pete
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