A walk from Hebden Bridge - Cancelled
Sat 13th Oct 2018
A walk from the centre of Hebden Bridge onto the moors above and over to the old hill village of Heptonstall. About 10 miles and 5 hours long, the route starts from the town square,up Nutclough to Old Town, along Deer Stones Edge to Limers Gate, down to Haworth Old Road, over to the track along Crimsworth Dean clough, back to Midgehole, up to Heptonstall and down again to Hebden. A mixture of lanes, tracks and paths with lovely views all the way.
For lovers of poetry, we go past Lumb Falls, the inspiration for one of Ted Hughes' best known poems, and visit the grave of Sylvia Plath in Heptonstall, a hill village older than Hebden Bridge.
A drink in the community run Fox and Goose at the end
As the last definite has now pulled out and the weather forecast is not good, I'm cancelling the walk.
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