Itinerary: The Hidden Bowland Dales
Despite its proximity to the historic city of Lancaster, the north-western fringe of the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty retains the wild and rugged nature that characterises the Forest of
Bowland. Bounded by the rivers Wyre and Lune, the fells that dominate the skyline above Lancaster are amongst the highest in Bowland – Clougha Pike and Tarnbrook Fell – and offer exhilarating fell-walking opportunities, but it’s the intimate valleys of Roeburndale and Hindburndale which reveal a gentler side to the elemental upland landscapes of Bowland.
Itinerary produced by Forest of Bowland AONB