At the very centre of the UK lies the beautiful Forest of Bowland AONB. With 300 square miles of rolling hills, sometimes you can walk for miles without seeing a single person.
According to the Ordnance Survey, Dunsop Bridge in the Forest of Bowland is the official centre of the British Isles. Explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes unveiled a phone box with a plaque announcing the village's claim to fame in 1992. The 100,000th phone box to be installed in the UK, villagers successfully fought off a plan by BT to remove this famous landmark in 2008.
300 Square Miles of rolling fells, rivers & forests
Click below for a full list of Bowland walks
We've been walking the Forest of Bowland for many fears and are able to provide you with some of our favourites.
We have walks for all levels. Long fell walks along the famous Pendle Hill to the highest point in Bowland, Ward's Stone. River Rambles along the Ribble Way or along the Hodder. Bluebell walks in Littledale. Family walks in Beacon Fell Country Park.
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