Category:Forest of Bowland
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English: The Forest of Bowland, also known as the Bowland Fells, is an area of barren gritstone fells, deep valleys and peat moorland, mostly in north-east Lancashire, England. A small part lies in North Yorkshire, and much of the area was historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire. Once described as the "Switzerland of England", it has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) since 1964, and is used for grouse shooting, walking and cycling, though it is relatively unfrequented by tourists. One of the best known features of the area is Pendle Hill, which is separated from the main part of the Forest of Bowland AONB by the Ribble Valley. (→Forest of Bowland)
Polski: Forest of Bowland – wyżynna kraina w północno-zachodniej Anglii, położona na zachód od Gór Pennińskich, w północno-wschodniej części hrabstwa Lancashire oraz na zachodnim skraju North Yorkshire. (→Forest of Bowland)
This category has only the following subcategory.
- ► Hills of the Forest of Bowland (4 C, 3 F)