The Forest of Bowland Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, sometimes called ‘Bowland Fells’ and once dubbed the ‘Switzerland of England’, is a stunning area of rolling fells on the western edge of the Pennines.
Sitting mostly on the Eastern edge of Lancashire and partly into North Yorkshire, much of Bowland is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and is also a Special Protection Area partly due to the breeding of hen harries.
Bowland offers 312 square miles of beautiful rolling hills, deep valleys and picturesque villages. We have explored the the area for many years and are now able to provide you some of our favourite walks.
Click on the map for an area you fancy;
BLUE are easy
ORANGE are slightly more challenging
RED are quite challenging