The Wycoller Landscape is an ongoing archaeological study of Wycoller Country Park and the Trawden Landscape Conservation Area by Pendle Heritage.
Wycoller Country Park has an exceptionally rich heritage. There are old clothiers houses, ancient bridges, gateposts and fields of ridge and furrow enclosed by medieval vaccary walls. Its many romantic associations include the Bronte sisters of nearby Haworth.
The project has been looking at the various elements that make up this historic landscape. After many years or recording, present endeavours are focused on assessing the bridges, barns, farm buildings, gateposts and walls of the 1500s to 1700s that are found in the park.
Wycoller Country Park is cared for by the Lancashire County Council Countryside Service with support from the Friends of Wycoller with heritage advice from Pendle Heritage.