Holme Valley Circular Walk
A circular walk through the beautiful Holme Valley.
The walk starts at Berry Brow Railway station near Huddersfield and first heads south to Holmfirth with a lovely stretch along the River Holme at the start. Holmfirth is a popular tourist destination as it is used as the location for the Last of the Summer Wine television series.
The path then takes you around a series of beautiful reservoirs surrounding Holmbridge including Digley Reservoir and Ramsden Reservoir. A wooded section and several delightful country lanes then lead you to Hepworth. From here you head towards Thurstonland and then onto the fascinating Castle Hill Iron Age Hill Fort. It is a Scheduled Acient Monument and the most conspicuous landmark in Huddersfield. From the summit there are wonderful panoramic views over the surrounding Kirklees countryside. The path then descends back to the finish at Berry Brow station.
This is a challenging walk with a number of ascents giving stunning views of the Holme Valley.
Holme Valley Circular Walk Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
Holme Valley Circular Walk Open Street Map - view and print off detailed map
Holme Valley Circular Walk OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking
Holme Valley Circular Walk Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
Holme Valley Circular Walk Pubs/Cafes
The Pickled Pheasant is located on the route in Holmbridge near Digley Reservoir. This fine gastro pub includes a large car park, a beer garden and a restaurant. The recently modified interior is very appealing with many original features including beautiful oak beams, stone flagged floors and two open fireplaces. They are dog friendly and also provide good quality accommodation if you need to stay over. You can find the inn at Woodhead Rd, Holmbridge with a postcode of HD9 2NQ for your sat navs.