Clougha Pike
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Clougha Pike

Clougha Pike is a hill nestled in the forest of Bowland near Lancaster. It can be seen from Barrow-in-Furness, South Lakeland mountains and Blackpool Tower. The series of notches, or cloughs, give the hill its name and the largest notch has had part of its floor filled in by a small lake.

Clougha can be reached from the west via a pleasant path from Rowton Brook and then up the final steep broken rock section. It can also be reached from Grit Fell, to the east and from Caton, in the north. You can also ascend Clougha Pike from the Victorian folly of Jubilee Tower, where there is a carpark.

Once at the summit, you’ll find an ordnance survey trig point and a wind shelter as well as views over Morecambe Bay.

Admire unbeatable views from the top of Clougha Pike…

Image Credits: A S MortonCC BY 2.0

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