Evening Walk: Kirkstall Abbey

2019-03-13 19:30:00 2019-03-13 21:15:00 Europe/London Evening Walk: Kirkstall Abbey

This is a 4 mile walk from Kirkstall. From the Abbey we head to the canal and follow the tow path up to Newlay on the edge of Horsforth. We cross the river and walk through some woods before following the main road back to Kirkstall.

Please bring a torch.

We will meet outside the Abbey House Museum building which is on the A65 (Kirkstall Road) opposite Kirkstall Abbey. If driving, you can park in the public car park on Abbey Walk/Vesper Lane which is near the museum. The post code for the abbey is LS5 3EH.

Drinks afterwards at the Vesper Gate pub.

If you are attending this walk please contact the walk leader beforehand by email or indicate your attendance on the MeetUp app.

53.82221,-1.60709 Susan Wilkinson susanw1lk1nson@msn.com
date
Wednesday 13 March, 2019
distance
4.0 miles
grade
Easy
starts
19:30
description

This is a 4 mile walk from Kirkstall. From the Abbey we head to the canal and follow the tow path up to Newlay on the edge of Horsforth. We cross the river and walk through some woods before following the main road back to Kirkstall.

Please bring a torch.

We will meet outside the Abbey House Museum building which is on the A65 (Kirkstall Road) opposite Kirkstall Abbey. If driving, you can park in the public car park on Abbey Walk/Vesper Lane which is near the museum. The post code for the abbey is LS5 3EH.

Drinks afterwards at the Vesper Gate pub.

If you are attending this walk please contact the walk leader beforehand by email or indicate your attendance on the MeetUp app.

starting point
On Abbey Walk outside the museum building which is opposite Kirkstall Abbey on the other side of the A65 (Kirkstall Road).
starting grid reference
SE259362
post code
LS5 3EH

Start point

On Abbey Walk outside the museum building which is opposite Kirkstall Abbey on the other side of the A65 (Kirkstall Road).

53.82221, -1.60709

contacts
name
Susan Wilkinson
surroundings
River, canal, Woodland, City, town
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