An easy one:
1 The Pennine Cycleway - turn left on tarmac from the car park at Wycoller. Following signs for Trawden one left turn and a short steep tarmac descent away. Left at the Hartleys jam dish junction.
2 Pendle Way/Lancashire Cycleway - Continue through Trawden village with a steady but increasingly steep tarmac climb. The roads signs indicate a dead end as the roads ends and turns into bridleway, follow this until it forks – you go left, the right ends at a farm above you.
3 The bridleway eventually transforms into rough and rocky packhorse track running parallel to a drystone wall. Continue as it descends eventually at a bridge (Turnhole Clough) which you cross.
4 Ride past the public footpath to Wycoller on your left, next left is the nice bridleway descent which takes you back to the start point, taking in some superb ancient architecture in the village. Wycoller is closed to cars so its pretty likely your parked in the car park at the far end of the village through the ford (500 metres apprx)
added by: jake - Tue Mar 17