GPS Cycle and Walking Routes

Threshfield Quarry

1 miles (1.7 km)

This walk visits the Threshfield Quarry near Grassington in North Yorkshire.
You can start the walk at Skirethorns Lane which lies just to the west of both Threshfield and Grassington. From here you can pick up public footpaths heading north around the old limestone quarry. The atmospheric site is now a pleasant place for a peaceful walk in striking surroundings. There are great views from the high points and small lakes of a milky turquoise colour. There are also the old kilns and the disused rail track making it a photogenic and unusual landscape to explore on foot.
You can extend the walk by heading east into Grassington to visit the lovely Linton Falls. Head south east and you can visit the village of Threshfield itself. There's a footpath running along the Spiredale Beck you could pick up.


BD23 5NX - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations

Threshfield Quarry OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Threshfield Quarry Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking


Head into the village and you could enjoy some post walk refreshment at the historic Old Hall Inn. The pub dates back to 1580 and includes two cosy fires and a conservatory in the attractive interior. Outside there's a lovely garden area to relax in on warmer days. You can find them at Main St with postcode BD23 5HB for your sat navs.

Dog Walking

The area makes for a pleasand dog walk so you may see other owners on your visit. The Old Hall Inn mentioned above is also dog friendly.

Cycle Routes and Walking Routes Nearby


Skirethorns - - 49229


A view across Round Hill of the quarry beyond - - 2113580

A view across Round Hill of the quarry beyond

Stubbings Laithe and Round Hill - - 819889

Stubbings Laithe and Round Hill

Threshfield - - 1998852

Threshfield village

Fields, Threshfield - - 2390136

Fields, Threshfield

The Manor - - 1055170

The Manor. The Manor House on Threshfield village green has a Victorian facade although the three-storeyed porch and wheel window is 17th century.

Old Hall Inn, Threshfield - - 2390126

Old Hall Inn in the village

Threshfield Green - - 1055997

Village green. Looking across the green towards The Manor House. The stone trough amongst the leaves was moved here from another unknown site "to commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II 1953".


GPS Files

GPX File

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