We have a comprehensive range of local maps, guide books and leaflets for your reference plus a range of local route maps you can borrow. Plus local knowledge gained over four generations. Local weather information is always available.
Ordnance Survey OL41 Forest of Bowland & Ribblesdale, OS Explorer Map sheet OL21 South Pennines and Landranger Map sheet 103.
Pendle Walking Festival is a week of free guided walks catering for all abilities, including children usually held at the end of August beginning of September each year. Click here for more information.
Walks starting at Foxhill Barn by Herbert Moorhouse
MIDDOP and STOPPER LANE
We have many other self guided walks starting at Foxhill which you can borrow during your visit.
Local Walks all starting from Foxhill or close by
Rimington Walk 1 (pdf)
Rimington Walk 2 (pdf)
Rimington Walk 3 (pdf)
Rimington Walk 4 (pdf)
Rimington Walk 5 (pdf)
The Ribble Way is a 70 mile footpath following the river and its valley from the sea to its source. The footpath spans the counties of Lancashire and North Yorkshire and is divided into 7 sections each approximately 10 miles long. Four sections lie within Lancashire following the rivers middle and lower reaches.
More about The Ribble Way ......
The Ribble Way (pdf)
The Two Roses Way
The Two Roses Way is a six-day hill walk through Lancashire and the Yorkshire Dales, extending to around 100 miles of northern scenery and interesting market towns. The walk can be for a one-week walking holiday, but each section is self-contained, and suitable for day walks, based on the towns of Whalley, Gisburn, Skipton, Malham, Slaidburn and Chipping.
More about The Two Roses Way ......
The Pennine Way
The Pennine Way National Trail, 268 miles of trail chasing the Pennine Mountain tops along the rugged backbone of England, from the Peak District through the Yorkshire Dales and over Hadrian's Wall to the Cheviots. Amongst the finest upland walking in England.
The Pennine Way (pdf)
The Pennine Bridleway (pdf)
The Pendle Way a series of walks exploring the best of Pendle's countryside
Pendle Way Details
Pendle and West Yorkshire
Wycoller Country Park (pdf)
The Bronte way (pdf)
Mile Tunnel and Slipper Hill (pdf)
Sabden Valley Circular Walk (pdf)
Reedley - Higham - Newchurch (pdf)
Newchurch - Pendle Hill - Barley (pdf)
Barrowford - Barnoldswick (pdf)
Ogden Reservoir and Fell Wood (pdf)
Aitken Wood and Pendle Sculpture Tramper Trail (pdf)
Black Moss (pdf)
Pendle's own Three Peaks Pendle, Boulsworth, Weets (pdf)
Foulridge beating the bounds (pdf)
Downham Circular Walk 2 (pdf)
Downham Circular Walk 3 (pdf)
Chatburn Circular Walk (pdf)
Wycoller Panopticon Walk (pdf)
Walks based on the Leeds Liverpool canal through Pendle
Mile Tunnel and Slipper Hill (pdf)
Wanless Bridge & Barrowford Locks (pdf)
Lake Burwain (pdf)
Foulridge Wharf and County Brook (pdf)
The West Craven Way
The West Craven Way Part 1 (pdf)
The West Craven Way Part 2 (pdf)
Lancashire cheese trails
Creamy Lancashire Cheese trail leaflet (pdf)
Ribble Valley and Forest of Bowland
Brungerley Bridge to Grindleton Bridge via West Bradford Bridge (pdf)
Edisford Bridge to Brungerley Bridge (pdf)
Edisford Bridge to Little Mitton (pdf)
Tolkien Trail, Walk in the footsteps of author J.R.R. Tolkien (pdf)
Forest of Bowland AONB General Information (pdf)
Forest of Bowland AONB Access Land (pdf)
Forest of Bowland AONB Treading Carefully (pdf)
The Pennine Bridleway Settle Loop (pdf)
Please follow the Countryside Code (pdf)
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For Walkers we provide:-
- Secure wet weather gear storage and drying
- Pickup and drop off by arrangement
- Packed lunches by arrangement
- Local route maps for loan
- Baggage transfer service by prior arrangement.
- Evening meal provision within one mile
- Boot washing facilities
- Early or packed breakfast available
Full list of facilities and services for Walkers and Cyclists.
Closest Railway Clitheroe
Bus Service Gisburn (2 miles/3 km) Regular services (x80 and 280) to and from Clitheroe, Barnoldswick and Skipton
Please follow the Countryside Code (PDF 268kb)
Please follow the Sustainable Tourism Visitor code
24/11/09 Wonderful stay with friendly hostess and host, ideal for walkers – thank you.
30/7/09 Thanks for the lovely warm welcome for 4 very soggy walkers and the delicious cottage pie. Sorry we're only staying one night, but hopefully we'll be back
28/6/09 Thanks Peter & Jan, enjoyed every minute, thank you for making us so welcome. Thanks also for the loan of the boots - terrific.
21/6/09 Pete, thanks for the lift back into Gisburn; saves a few miles on the long walk to Horton-in-Ribblesdale.
19/6/09 Fabulous stay, a real warm welcome and excellent food. Could not be bettered
19/6/09 Super time, wonderful food and most warm welcome from our hosts Peter & Janet
19/6/09 Great hosts, fab food. Looking forward to coming back.
19/6/09 I will be coming here again. It was a wonderful stay and good hospitality.
19/6/09 You have made many friends.
19/6/09 What a splendid time we’ve had. Excellent hospitality, many thanks.