Brae Pasture

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Brae Pasture consists of limestone grassland, improved grassland and a small woodland, amounting to 8 hectares in total. Public footpath runs through the reserve which consists of the a large field and a small field to the west at the top of the gully.

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From Horton in Ribblesdale:
Head north out of the village on the B6479 towards the Ribblehead viaduct. After going under a railway bridge and travelling about 3/4 mile you’ll pass a public footpath sign, after which the road rises slightly and then descends with a small gully on your left. Pull in here on your left. Access to the reserve is via a stone stile back along the lane by the public footpath sign.

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