Wycoller Country Park (Trawden) Reviews
Description:Wycoller Country Park / Pepper Hill Barn Study Centre / Trawden / Colne / Lancashire / BB8 8SY / Tel: 01282 870253 / ... more
Wycoller Country Park (Trawden) ... Fax: 01282 870254 / Wycoller Country Park is one of the prettiest Country Parks in Lancashire. The area is famous for its association with the Brontè sisters who referred to many of the nearby landmarks in books such as "Wuthering Heights" and "Jane Eyre". The exclusion of cars from the village and the attractive appearance of the many preserved old buildings creates a unique feeling of tranquillity which is rarely experienced today. The Country Park has many footpaths leading to local beauty spots which include Bank House and Wycoller Beck. Disabled toilet facilities are provided within the Country Park as well as an information centre at the Aisled Barn.
Newest Review: ... hill farm, open countryside, moorland and the Wycoller Beck. Entrance is free and the park is open during daylight hours. The Haworth Road car park (room for perhaps 30 vehicles) has information showing the area covered, as well as the extensive footpath network for access, and some history of the area. Whilst there are no facilities here - the park does lead to other local beauty spots like ... more
Customer Wycoller Country Park (Trawden) Reviews (1)
by - written on 28/08/07 (Very useful, 308 readings)
Country air, sweeping views, broad sky. Definitely a day out in the Pennines. I stumbled upon Wycoller Country Park whilst returning from the Lake District over the Bank Holiday weekend. Bored of the usual traffic on the A65 I went cross-country and after diverting around Colne I found myself on the Colne-Oxenhope road (off the A6068 Keighley Road) - a scenic jaunt across Haworth Moor (Bronte Country). The Park sits a mile from Laneshawbridge, just beyond Colne, and covers acres of protected land, encompassing a working hill farm, open countryside, moorland and the Wycoller Beck. Entrance is free and the park is open during daylight ... Read the complete review
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