The Calderdale Way is a walking circuit around the beautiful district of Calderdale in West Yorkshire. The walk passes through exposed moorland and woodland paths, while there are also waterside sections along the Rochdale Canal, the River Calder and around Withens Clough Reservoir and Warlands Reservoir. The walk officially starts at Greetland and passes through Ripponden, Mankinholes, Todmorden, Heptonstall, Holdsworth, Shelf and Brighouse. The Calderdale Way website has split the walk into manageable sections.
Highlights on the route include the beautiful wooded valley at Hardcastle Crags and the attractive heathland on Norland Moor near Sowerby Bridge.
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Calderdale Way Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
Calderdale Way Open Street Map - view and print off detailed map
Calderdale Way OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking
Calderdale Way Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
Calderdale Way Pubs/Cafes
Near Withens Clough we recommend stopping for refreshments at the The Hinchliffe Arms pub. There's great food and a nice outdoor seating area to relax in at this walker/cyclist friendly pub. You can find it on Church Bank Ln, Cragg Vale, HX7 5TA.
The Millers Bar in Brighouse is another fine option. There's a good menu and a lovely canalside beer garden to relax in on warmer days. From the garden you can also watch as climbers dare to risk the UKs tallest outdoor climbing wall, ROKTFACE which is located right next to the pub. It's a fine, award winning place and can be found at a postcode of HD6 1EB for your sat navs.