The Sculpture Trail was originally a 12 month project by Wendy Miles, this film documenting the Trail which opened from June to September at An Sanctoir, Ballydehob, Co Cork, Ireland. The artist spent several months establishing the pathway of the trail, strimming and clearing overgrown pathways and in some places sawing and cutting through dense blackthorn, willow and bramble thickets. The creation of the route itself was a large part of the overall art piece. The just under a mile long trail meanders through the grounds and nature reserve of An Sanctoir, passing through an ancient boreen, natural woodland, bog meadow, riverside, lakeside, traditional small fields, and rocky mountain land , all surrounded by stunning views of the local West Cork landscape. Sculptures and installations mark the way , and the landscape is marked in an old style fashion of many footsteps walking a path. Artwork is made from natural and found materials, and the exhibition follows the theme of Sanctuary, representing the energies of An Sanctoir. Veiwers are taken far from tarmac and the madding crowd, out into the West Cork landscape where art work blends in naturally with nature. The project has been extended for a further 12 months, and the Sculpture Trail reopens June to September 2015.