Note: June 2021. We have been made aware that the field gate mentioned on page 11 is padlocked. We recommend that when you go through the wall stile, you take the right-hand path instead that will take you to the road. Turn left on the road until the bend, where you will see a footpath on your left. Turn left onto the footpath which will take you into the wood where you can rejoin the original footpath.
Features two walks from Crosby Ravensworth church that can be combined into one, taking in a church, a ruined 14th century tower house, lost villages, heather moors and woodland, and the source of the river Lyvennet.
Route: Northern – Crosby Ravensworth church > River Lyvennet > Maulds Meaburn > Crosby Ravensworth church.
Distance: 3½ miles 5.5 kms 2 hours
Southern – Crosby Ravensworth church > Crosby Ravensworth Fell (Site of Special Scientific Interest and Special Area of Conservation) > Black Dub Monument > Robin Hood’s Grave > Crosby Ravensworth village
Distance: 6 miles 10 kms 4 hours
Please note, this trail is only available as a PDF download