Turn R out of the Baron at Bucknell and then immediately R into Bridge End Lane. Walk up this road alongside the river Redlake for ½ mile. In olden times this stretch of river housed several mills. Nowadays it is home to trout, crayfish and kingfishers. If you’re really lucky, you might see an otter. Keep to the road as it passes through a gate and bends sharply R uphill.The road soon becomes a grassy track, which you follow for 1 mile through a series of gates, with views of the Redlake and Teme valleys opening up to your R.Directly across the valley is the grassy Brampton Bryan Hill, which forms part of the Harley estate (of Harley Street fame). Beyond Bucknell is the densely wooded Coxall Knoll, an ancient hill fort. The track ends at a road junction.
Turn R and walk down the road for 300 yds to another junction, signposted Mynd and Bedstone.
Take the gate on your R and go down the field edge to another gate and carry on down the next field towards the waymarked post. The path drops down a short track to the L of the large oak tree, through a gate, then you turn R onto Dog Kennel Lane. Turn R at the next road junction and regain the pub after 300 yds.