Location: Near Worsthorne, Lancashire
Height: 380 metres (1,148 ft)
Summit Type: Grassy/Boggy/Rounded
Notable Summit Objects: Trig Point
Extwistle Moor is an area of boggy moorland roughly 4 miles to the west of Burnley, Lancashire. The Pennine Bridleway crosses the moor in a northerly direction, coming off the path the moor makes for a tough walk due to its terrain, long grasses and deep peat bogs. The summit of the moor however has some good views north west towards to near by Boulsworth Hill, south towards Worsthorne Moor and west towards the Burnley area.