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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Area: Yorkshire West Riding

On the Website 'you can find information about walks which you can do anytime you fancy, getting out to enjoy the beautiful surroundings of Baildon and our many features of interest ... You’ll find ...
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Category Bradford

'You can view and download them all here ... Happy walking!


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Category Bradford

'Bingley's application for Walkers are Welcome accreditation was unanimously agreed. The executive committee was very impressed with the strength of the application. We are delighted to we ...
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Category Bradford

'The Boston Spa Archaeology and Heritage Group is preparing information on Heritage Trails or Walks around the area to illustrate the local history and places of interest. The first such " ...
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Category Leeds

'Bradfield has the distinction of being the largest parish in England, and stretches over into the upper Derwent valley. Bradfield actually consists of two villages ... As part of the Walkers are W ...
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Category Sheffield

'Brodsworth survives as a remarkable ensemble of a mid-Victorian country house, with its contents and gardens, lived in and adapted by the same family over three generations. The hall stands at the ...
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Category Doncaster

'Our first walking leaflet of Five Rambles from the Roundhouse was published in June 2014. The leaflet can be purchased for £1.50 - in the village from the Post Office, Cohens Chemist and ...
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Category Bradford

'Benefits of Walking ... Walking Ideas in Calderdale ... Walk It'


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Category Calderdale

Access to PDFs of: [1] Cawthorne Boundary Walk (14 miles) - - - : [2] A Guide to the Footpaths & Bridleways in the Parish of Cawthorne - - - : [3] Over Hill & Over Dale: An 8 mile circular ...
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Category Barnsley

'Some of these landscapes are also high quality designated nature conservation sites, some of which are of international importance for their habitats and species, such as Ilkley Moor and ...
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Category Bradford

'Cudworth Common is a popular park created on the site where the Grimethorpe Colliery once stood. The colliery was made famous by the hugely successful film "Brassed Off" ... The derelict ...
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Category Barnsley

'There are approximately hourly daytime/evening trains to Denby Dale station from Huddersfield, Barnsley, Penistone and Sheffield. Buses also serve the area from (for example) Huddersfield, Wakefie ...
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Category Kirklees

'One of the best ways to explore the area is on foot or by bike. Enjoy pleasant woodlands and open fields, with viewpoints over this special landscape.' Brief descriptions of about thirty activitie ...
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Category Kirklees

'With over a hundred members, outings are arranged every two weeks in the Peak District, the Yorkshire Dales, the North Yorkshire Moors and Coast, the Yorkshire Wolds, the Lincolnshire Wolds and th ...
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Category Doncaster

'All walks take place on the second Sunday of every month. We do an A walk (12-14 miles), a B walk (9-10 miles) and a C walk (5-6 miles). We request that walkers w ...
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Category Doncaster

"New" Published Walks 2013  [1] Charlton Brook and Thorncliffe Pond - - - : [3] Ecclesfield to Whitley - - - : [3] Grenoside to Whitley - - - : [4] High Green to Tankersley - - - : [5] Hig ...
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Category Sheffield

'There are over 100 acres of gardens at Harewood. They are full of variety, with plants from all over the world. All this in the setting of a magnificent landscape created by Lancelot "Cap ...
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Category Leeds

The Club 'tries to cater for all walking preferences in twice yearly programmes with a wide variety of events: [1] Sunday walks (all year round) - - - : [2] Tuesday evening walks (summer only) - - ...
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Category Harrogate

See the Section 'Self guided walks' including three HBWA waymarked walks from Hebden Bridge: [1] Heptonstall - - - : [2] Hardcastle Crags - - - : [3] Stoodley Pike.


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Category Calderdale

'To coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Pennine Way [25 April 2015], Hebden Bridge Walkers Action has created a waymarked route to the town and back to the Pennine Way via t ...
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Category Calderdale

Search for Walking and Cycling Routes 'Find a route in a specific area, by distance and by difficulty. Includes Pathways to Health, walking routes which generally take less than a ...
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Category Kirklees

'We are only a small group. We arrange monthly walks and organise two challenge events a year. We meet at infrequent intervals at The Shoulder of Mutton in Mytholmroyd. A list of our walks and deta ...
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Category Calderdale

'We publish all our walks and events well in advance to give our members the chance to plan ahead. Our syllabus is published every 6 months and is available on our web site by selecting the month y ...
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Category Leeds

'Marsden Walkers are Welcome scheme aims to strengthen the town's reputation as a place for visitors to enjoy the countryside, nearby attractions and to have a positive effect on the local ...
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Category Kirklees

'The core of the walks presented on the Walkers are Welcome site have been updated from those developed by previous generations of walkers in Meltham. We base ourselves on the historic wor ...
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Category Kirklees

' Since its formation in 2007, Mytholmroyd Walkers' Action has: Developed three waymarked walks, all starting from Mytholmroyd station; Erected two information boards illustrating these ci ...
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Category Calderdale

'You'll find a rich variety of landscapes and wildlife in the gardens at Nostell ... Take in the varied landscape of the pleasure grounds ... Follow the paths and tracks to discover ancient woodlan ...
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Category Wakefield

'Before and after your walk stroll around the quaint streets and ginnels, visit the street markets and shops, and relax in one of our many pubs, cafes and restaurants.'


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Category Leeds

'The Chevin is a big place and there is a good network of paths to make your own circular walk, but if you want to follow a themed trail there is a Geology Trail, Heritage Time Trail and a ...
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Category Leeds

'There are walks for all ages and abilities - short town-based walks, themed walks, waterside walks, strenuous moorland hikes plus a full evening programme of themed events ...'


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Category Leeds

Download the PDF Potteric Carr Nature Reserve trail guide 'which includes a map with all the hides and paths marked on so that you don't miss out any of the wonderful habitats and species during yo ...
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Category Doncaster

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Category Wakefield

'The 750 acre park hosts a number of walking and cycling routes which link to the Trans Pennine Trail and Route 6 Sustrans.There are 5 lakes of which the main lake is 1 mile in length and utilised ...
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Category Rotherham

Walking is listed as a 'Facility' in: 1. Anston Stones Wood - - - : 2. Bassingthorpe Spring - - - : 3. Boston Park - - - : 4. Firsby Common Nature Reserve - - - : 5. Herringthorpe Valley Park [Heri ...
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Category Rotherham

'We walk every Sunday and try to provide a choice of walks to meet most needs from the strenuous to the leisurely. Occasionally there is a Weekday Walk, please consult the website and or walks prog ...
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Category Rotherham

'The Gardens contain several listed buildings including the restored Grade II* listed curvilinear Glass Pavilions, some of the earliest ever built, which were officially re-opened by HRH The Prince ...
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Category Sheffield

'Our walks are mostly based either in South Yorkshire or the Peak District National Park however occasionally take place further afield.'


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Category Sheffield

Website Pages include: [1] Walk about Burngreave  - - - : [2] Walk about Crookes - - - : [2] Walk about Darnall - - - : [4] Walk about Firth Park - - - : [5] Walk about Hillsborough - - - : [6] Wal ...
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Category Sheffield

'We are a group of people of all ages and from every walk of life who enjoy walking and having a good time. Pleasant company and a good sense of humour is essential on all our walks. If you are loo ...
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Category Sheffield

'We have an annual programme of walks, which are usually in the Peak District, South Yorkshire or Nottingham area. The walks vary in lengh and degree of difficulty, to suit the varying capabilities ...
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Category Sheffield

'The South Pennines is a wild, wonderful and occasionally wuthering landscape at the place where Yorkshire and Lancashire collide. A land of steep-sided valleys, heather-covered moorland, ...
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Category West Yorkshire

'The Friends of St Ives is a group of volunteers who first gathered in 2003 to ensure that future developments to St Ives near Bingley in West Yorkshire (UK), are in keeping with the way t ...
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Category Bradford

'Stocksbridge Walkers are Welcome will: [1] encourage walkers to enjoy the area: - - - : [2] improve facilities for walkers: - - - : [3] act in partnership with the community, local busine ...
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Category Sheffield

Access to details of over 30 walks in: [1] Ilkley & Wharfedale - - - : [2] Saltaire & Airedale - - - : [3] Brontë Country - - - : [4] Bradford.


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Category Bradford

'There are more than 350 miles of signed and waymarked district wide public rights of way which allow access to enjoy the wider countryside and attractive places of interest. Wakefield Council< ...
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Category Wakefield

'Grading walks is very difficult because everyone's perception of what is an easy or hard walk is always going to be different. Some people just look at the mileage, but the terrain and speed of th ...
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Category Wakefield

'The annual subscription is just £5, and includes a newsletter and an up to date walks programme bi-monthly. Enjoy 3 introductory walks free.'


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Category Wakefield

'Woodhouse Washlands are an ever changing tapestry of colours and textures throughout the seasons. The winter wetland attracts flocks of lapwing, which give way to a spring buttercup meado ...
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Category Sheffield

'The guide by Clive Newsome divides the route into eight sections, which are: Kirkstall Abbey (near Leeds) to Otley; Otley to Pateley Bridge; Pateley Bridge to Ripon; Ripon to Thir ...
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Category Leeds

'Encompasses both vibrant urban areas and beautiful countryside, taking you on a peaceful route through Leeds and out past Kirkstall Abbey, Bramley Fall, Rodley, Calverley Woods, Apperley Bridge, B ...
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Category Leeds

'The route is divided up into 11 sections, ten of which are made into circular walks, and other circular walks in Airedale are also included.'


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Category Leeds

'Barnsley MBC has produced a series of six leaflets showing the route of the Boundary walk but also highlights places of interest en route.'


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Category Barnsley

'Walking and cycling leaflets are available at various sites across the borough, including Elsecar Heritage Centre and Worsbrough Mill Country Park. Leaflets will shortly be available to download. ...
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Category Barnsley

'The route follows a quiet road, surfaced tracks, woodland and grassy paths. The path leading to and around the Woodland Trust’s woods is steep in places and may be slippery in wet conditi ...
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Category Sheffield

'The walk starts at Marsden Church GR 047 117. The route is then via the Wessenden Valley to reach the A635 at Isle of Skye, Digley Reservoir, Holme Village, Black Hill, Saddleworth Moor, Standedge ...
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Category Kirklees

'The aims of the walks are to provide a safe, friendly atmosphere in which you can become familiar with the local routes, landscapes and rights of way - the first step in devising your own routes s ...
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Category Bradford

The five places of worship on the Trail are: [1] St Peter’s Roman Catholic Church - - - : [2] The Shree Lakshmi Narayan Hindu Temple - - - : [3] The Abu Bakar Masjid (Mosque) - - - : [4]  Guru Gobi ...
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Category Bradford

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'To help prospective walkers find their way along the route a comprehensive walk booklet was produced, charged at only £1.99 per copy. As time has passed, the team have created 16 circular walks ta ...
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Category Bradford

'The route is along the Canal Road corridor, here expect some surprises with hidden gems of green space, some with long distance views ... Beyond Shipley the route along the Leeds Liverpool canal p ...
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Category Bradford

'While some of the Brontë Way crosses wild and desolate moorland, civilisation is never far away and there are plenty of pubs and country houses to stop off for a quick pint of ale en rout ...
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Category Kirklees

'At just under 30 miles the full walk isn't for the faint-hearted, however it's often broken down into sections (eg Yorkshire Sculpture Park to Cawthorne) by those wanting a shorter route.'


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Category Wakefield

'The Navigation starts in Wakefield, where there is an end-on junction with the Aire and Calder Navigation and runs upstream through Mirfield, after which there is a junction with the Hudd ...
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Category Wakefield

'The Group has increased the number of walks offered each year so we now offer around 60 public walks spread over the full year and have a total annual attendance of well over four times the 2003 l ...
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Category Calderdale

'The Forum membership is so far made up of local people interested in walking, heritage, environmental issues, education, mountain biking, horse riding and the management of Calderdale's paths and ...
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Category Calderdale

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