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All reviews lovely walk steep climb walking boots interesting walk up hill family walk well worth the effort take your time picnic site little boy couple of hours all ages sculptures woods parsley plaques oundle
The walk is easy to follow and if you take children they will relly enjoy it. However if you are taking a pram it may prove a bit difficult in places. We took three grandchildren (7,5 &3) and they managed it quite easily. The unicorn...More
A nice walk away from Pendle Hill which is where most people head to from Barley. An interesting take on local history. Such a shame that the concessionaire route from Whitehough was lost as a result of rude and inconsiderate visitors; what would have been...More
My little boy (16 months ) loved this walk . It's through woods and safe for dogs to be off lead , no sheep. It is suitable for a pram if you need one but probably easier to take a carrier . It's too bumpy...More
I visited the Pendle Sculpture Trail on a beautiful sunny day with my Husband and our two dogs, it is approximately one mile to get to the trail from Barley Car Park which is just £1 to park and they have a small cafe and toilets...More
My husband, myself and our four children aged 22,17,14 and 23 months really enjoyed this walk. Car park in the village of Barley with toilets and small cafe. A bit of a steep hill to the woods (I wouldn't recommend taking a pram but using...More
Personally I'd look at this more as a walk with sculptures as opposed to sculptures per say. You're looking at good 30 minutes to get there from the car park with the final part a pretty steep hill - wouldn't recommend buggies while small children...More