Take care on unpavemented road sections. Expect livestock. "Walking safely" information available at www.forestofbowland.com
Walkers are advised to carry OS Explorer map OL41.
On this walk follow the carved stone waymarkers depicting the local landscape and wildlife. The images were designed by local schoolchildren and carved by people who attended workshops led by local stone carver Boris Howarth.
The rivers in this area are important for sea trout and salmon, and local people have on occasion spotted the return of the otter. The point where the Rivers Hindburn and Roeburn meet is a favourite spot for swimming and picnics.
As you pass the Wray Institute spend a little time at the Village Map and local history notes produced by the local Women’s Institute to celebrate the Millennium.
Book recommendations for this region: