This village in the Craven of North Yorkshire has some nice trails along the local canals and river which run through the area.
This circular walk around the village visits the Huddersfield Broad Canal, the River Calder and Bradley Park.
The walk starts to the east of the town centre where the canal and the river meet. Follow the canal south and it will take you past Colne Bridge and the aqueducts to Deighton and Fieldhouse Bridge. Here you leave the canal and head north through Woodhouse Hill and Riddings to link up with the Kirklees Way. The trail will take you past Bradley Woods and Bradley Park before returning to the village.
Bradley Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
Bradley Open Street Map - view and print off detailed map
Bradley OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking
Bradley Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
Walks near Bradley
- Huddersfield Broad Canal - Enjoy an easy stroll along the towpath of the Huddersfield Broad Canal on this walk in Huddersfield
- Kirklees Way - Explore the Kirklees metropolitan district on this challenging circular walk through West Yorkshire
- Skipton Canal - This is a popular walk from Skipton to Gargrave along the Leeds and Liverpool Canal
- Keighley - This circular walk from the West Yorkshire town of Keighley makes use of the waymarked Worth Way to visit nearby Haworth and Penistone Hill Country Park
- Calder and Hebble Navigation Canal - This section of the Calder and Hebble Navigation Canal runs along National Cycle Network route 66 from Sowerby Bridge to Brighouse
- Brighouse Boundary Walk - A circular walk exploring the area around the town of Brighouse in West Yorkshire
- Brighouse to Mirfield Canal Walk - This walk runs from Brighouse to Mirfield along a section of the Calder and Hebble Navigation Canal and the River Calder
- Halifax - This circular walk around Halifax explores the waterways and woods to the south of the town.
Start the walk from the train station and then head south along the Hebble Way which takes you along the Hebble Brook
- Hebden Bridge - This circular walk makes use of the Haworth-Hebden Bridge Walk, the Calderdale Way and the Rochdale Canal to take you on a tour of the countryside, woodland, moors and hills surrounding this attractive Yorkshire town.
The market town of Hebden Bridge sits on the River Calder and the Rochdale Canal in the Upper Calder Valley
- Hebden Bridge Canal Walk - Enjoy a waterside walk from Hebden Bridge to Sowerby Bridge along a lovely section of the Rochdale Canal
- Calderdale Way - The Calderdale Way is a walking circuit around the beautiful district of Calderdale in West Yorkshire
- Leeds and Liverpool Canal - Enjoy waterside cycling and walking along Britain's longest single canal
The Royal and Ancient is a good choice for some post walk refreshment. The pub dates back to 1780 and does a fine Sunday lunch. You can find them at Colne Bridge, 19 Dalton Bank Road, HD5 0RE.
Next to the canal there's also the White Cross. Standing at the busy Leeds Road, Bradley crossroads the inn is a multi-award winning pub. It dates from 1806 and has a good menu and a beer garden to relax in. You can find it close to the Huddersfield Broad canal at postcode HD2 1XD.
The countryside and woodland trails make for a good dog walk. The Royal and Ancient mentioned above is also dog friendly with water bowls available.