Ribble Valley Walk: Brungerly Bridge

We had the luxury of a sunny spring Friday off work so the baby bear and I headed out for a walk along the River Ribble. We usually plan short walks under 5 miles as Kitty likes to get out and explore and this can add a lot of time to a walk! It is a truly beautiful route as the pictures attest but nothing compares to being there in person.


We started near Low Moor and headed along Ribble Way past several small holdings. These brings a lot of entertainment to a 2 year old.

“Where are the horses mummy?”
“I found them!”
“Chickens!”
The loudest donkey I’ve ever encountered

 

We then headed down the path past the river which was really high due to the recent storms. The trail is really picturesque.

Kitty was keen to explore the woods and we took our time winding through the trees and splashing in the steams created by the recent downpours.


The views at Brungerly bridge were breath taking. We sat and enjoyed them for quite some time before throwing stones in the river.



It was so peaceful and had everything a toddler could wish for from animals to muddy puddles. We’d highly recommend it.

You can find our route on the Lancashire Telegraph website here.

Do you live in the Ribble Valley? What are your favourite spots? What about if you live elsewhere in the U.K? Is there somewhere you’d recommend us to visit? We’d love to hear from you so feel free to comment or get in touch via our contacts page.

 

 

3 Comments on “Ribble Valley Walk: Brungerly Bridge

  1. Have you done the Ribble Valley Sculpture trail in Brungerly park? Lots of sculptures to find including An otter and a kingfisher. You can pick up a leaflet at the Platform gallery which is also the tourist info centre.x

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