We can create bespoke walking routes for rural businesses who want to provide reliable self-guided walking routes for their guests.
Our guided route service includes a field recce, photography, mapping, easy-to-follow turn-by-turn route descriptions and – if required – short videos for promotional purposes.
We can also upload the route to leading route sharing platforms such as Strava, OS Maps and OutdoorActive. This enables potential guests to identify your business as walker-friendly and allows you to share links with guests so they can study the routes before they visit Bowland.
We specialise in the Ribble Valley and Forest of Bowland AONB, where we are based, but with more than a decade’s experience, we can also deliver self-guided routes nationwide.
Below is an example of how a self-guided walking route could appear on your website.
Surprise View from Hurst Green
This 7½-mile circular route provides one of the most magical views in Lancashire for keen walkers who don’t mind a bit of a climb. It’s a rich reward at the half-way point of what is quite a challenging walk – and the good news is it’s pretty much downhill all the way back to the pub!
How far? 7.4 miles/11.9km
How long? 4 hours
How hard? Pretty challenging – a long, steady climb on quiet lanes, footpaths and forest tracks and the occasional boggy stretch
Which maps? Maps: OS Explorer OL41, OL287 OS Landranger 103
Avenue Road, Hurst Green
Grid Reference SD 685378