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Track Your Cycling, Walking and Running Workouts

Posted by on Sep 11, 2013 in Bike, Information, rivingtonpike, Walk | 1 comment

TweetThis app and website may be of interest to a fair number of RivingtonPike.com users as it allows you to track your walk, runs and bike rides as well as giving you an estimate for calories burned, altitude and speed. I am not a user of the site myself however it has had multiple positive reviews. I am aware of there being a free version as well as a paid version. This page explains the differences between the free, pro and premium versions: http://www.endomondo.com/features Visit the site here if you are interested in signing up to the free version: http://www.endomondo.com/login Please...

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Wildlife Photo Competition Entry

Posted by on Aug 20, 2013 in Photographs | 0 comments

TweetLast year we ran our first Photography Competition and due to its popularity we are running another one. This year the competition topic is to be Rivington Wildlife; this is a fairly general title which will allow an opportunity for more photos to be entered. We would like the photos to have been taken in the local area e.g. Rivington Pike, Winter Hill, Anglezarke e.t.c. as this is a RivingtonPike.com competition. The winner will have their photo enlarged to canvas by our competition sponsor Mathers of Lancashire who will also be offering 50% off all canvas printing in conjunction...

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Adlington Circular Walk

Posted by on Jul 7, 2013 in Admin Post, Blog, Intermediate, Photographs, rivingtonpike, Walk | 0 comments

TweetI decided to make the most of the sun today and head out for a walk. There is an Adlington Circular Walk signposted around however this is instead the ‘RivingtonPike.com Adlington Circular Walk’. Not necessarily better; just different. This is a great walk to go on if you live in Adlington and want a fair length walk without the terrain of going up Rivington. It takes in the sights of Upper and Lower Adlington, a stretch to the Leeds to Liverpool Canal as well as Anderton and the edge of Rivington. Below is a map showing the walk. Click to enlarge   The walk takes you...

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Gregory’s Farm Tractor Photos

Posted by on Jun 24, 2013 in Feature, Photographs | 0 comments

TweetHere are some of the photos which I took in Gregory’s Farm in Adlington. Adlington does not have its own biosphere; the reason for the snow is that the photos were taken a few months ago and I have just got round to uploading them. The original post about Gregory’s Farm can be found here: http://rivingtonpike.com/gregorys-farm-adlington/ All photos on RivingtonPike.com are sponsored by Mathers of...

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Gregory’s Farm Adlington

Posted by on Jun 18, 2013 in Admin Post, Information, Photographs, Walk | 0 comments

TweetIf you head up Rawlinson Lane in Adlington you will come onto Bolton Road, if you turn right and continue going for a hundred metres or so there will be a turning on your left which takes you to a farm which I believe to be called Gregory’s Farm. Although it doesn’t look like it, there is actually a public footpath running through the farm which takes you up by Chorley Golf Course. If you like Geocaching there are also a few to be found around this...

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Walks Through Adlington

Posted by on Jun 10, 2013 in Entry Level, Information, Walk | 0 comments

TweetI have lived in Adlington for around 5 years now and only recently have I discovered some of the rural walking and cycling routes which Adlington has. I discovered the area through Geocaching.com and I will be sharing some of the walks over the next few weeks. The area is in between Chorley Road (Adlington top road), Babylon lane, Long lane and Chorley Golf Course. They provide some good views of Rivington as well as serving as a short cut to reach the Rivington area. Walks on RivingtonPike.com are sponsored...

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