Leeds and Liverpool Canal  
General Information
Paddle Points

Leeds Loop

Parking beside the Canal

Day 9 Bliss Trail Expedition

Finish for Day 9 Bliss Trail Expedition

Niffany Farm Caravan and Campsite

http://niffanycaravan.weebly.com/

Hard Standing for 5 caravans/motor homes

Electric and water on all pitches

Camping field

Toilets and showers

Function/Games room with pool table dart board, Tv

Bar open bank holidays and special occasions

Function Room available to hire, including catering if required. Local live bands also available to hire - contact us for more information


Part of a working farm situated in a rural position next to the Leeds and Liverpool Canal on the edge of the market town of Skipton.

Enjoying panoramic views of the Aire Valley.


Public footpaths and the Canal Towpath run close by making it ideal for walking..


With the Yorkshire Dales close at hand it is an ideal base for touring. Alternatively the bustling market town of Skipton is only 1.4 miles to the high street, 20 minutes walk by road or canal towpath


Also check out Niffany Farm Holiday Cottages

http://www.niffany.co.uk

The Bliss Trail (N.W. Region)

The Bliss Canoe Trail

"The longest round tour possible" 862.25 miles 1388km a circumnavigation of England by Inland Waterways.

From Canoe by William Bliss published in 1934

The trail is divided into regional sections with the aspiration that each RDT will facilitate and publish an annual opportunity for paddlers to complete their section of the tour.

This section of the trail is yet to be adopted.

The Anchor Inn

Good basic pub. Serves food. Back door onto the canal side, beside moorings (although it can be easier to get out under the bridge where the towpath is lowest to the water.) Garden with play area, so good as a destination with the children.

Pendle Paddlers

Pendle Paddlers have a couple of buildings by the canal here, and paddle here regularly.

Pendle Paddlers is an unusual club in having a very active Open Canoe section, as well as lots of kayakers.

See http://www.pendlepaddlers.co.uk/

Foulridge Wharf

Handy public car park right next to the water. There is also a cafe here.

The stretch of the canal running North from here is very rural and pleasant, with some wonderful views, and no busy roads nearby.

Southwards you can only go a couple of hundred meters to the mouth of the Foulridge Tunnel, which canoes aren't allowed through. (Worth a bit of an explore with a headtorch on a quiet evening, though...)

Day 10 Bliss Trail Expedition

Finish of Day 10 Bliss Trail Expedition

rishton

riley green

Pub and car park next to marina

Day 11 Bliss Trail Expedition

Finish of day 11 Bliss Trail Expedition

The Bliss Trail (N.W. Region)

The Bliss Canoe Trail

"The longest round tour possible" 862.25 miles 1388km a circumnavigation of England by Inland Waterways.

From Canoe by William Bliss published in 1934

The trail is divided into regional sections with the aspiration that each RDT will facilitate and publish an annual opportunity for paddlers to complete their section of the tour.

This section of the trail is yet to be adopted.

Appley Lane

Windmill at Parbold

Ring O'Bells pub

Leeds Liverpool Tarleton

Parking and put in on plox brow in tarleton. Waking distance to the village for pubs/ shops etc. This is the rufford branch.

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