So far so good...
Update November 2017:....
- Second Greenwood Trail route confirmed (Haverthwaite Heights to Abbots Reading).
- An old bark-peeler's hut has been restored along the route.
- New public footpath dedicated on the Haverthwaite Heights route, which links two other rights of way within the woodland.
- First Greenwood Trail (Bouth to Rusland) leaflet produced - download it here.
- Launch Event held on 22nd July at Old Hall Farm, Bouth, with a walk along part of the first Trail.
- Greenwood Trails waymarkers placed along this route.
- Access has been improved on two of the six routes. Improvements are currently being made to the third route.
- 2km of footpath improved.
- 500 metres of boardwalk built by the Valley Futures apprentices at Rusland Moss.
- Overgrown paths have been cleared in Haverthwaite Heights.
- Archaeological features along the routes have been mapped.
- 7 volunteers are involved in researching the history of the trails.
Did you know?
There is a total of 142.12km of rights of way within the Rusland Horizons Scheme area (compared to 3,079km covering the whole of the Lake District National Park). This can be broken down to:
- Footpath 96.65 km
- Bridleway 44.21 km
- Byway Open to All Traffic 1.27 km
- Restricted Byway 0.00 km
Lake District National Park Authority