Farsley-Rodley-Horsforth

2021-10-23 10:00:00 2021-10-23 15:30:00 Europe/London Farsley-Rodley-Horsforth

This is a circular walk of just under ten miles on a mixture of urban paths, green tracks and old lanes. Inevitably there are a few roads to cross. From Pudsey Civic Hall we head to the millenium orchard in Farsley and then wind our way down to the canal at Rodley. We follow the towpath to Newlay and head uphill to Horsforth Hall Park where we will eat our packed lunches. From the park we head to the canal at the edge of Calverley and then follow a couple of old tracks back up to the starting point. 

Meet in the pay and display public car park at the side of Pudsey Civic Hall. The car park is free on Sundays. It’s a 10 minute walk from New Pudsey Train Station. 

Please note post code only provides approximate location.

This walk is ok for dogs on leads. We will walk through a field which normally contains livestock.

There are narrow sections where we’ll need to take care if we meet other walkers. We will need to keep to the side of the canal towpath too.

Walking boots are recommended.

There are no public toilets on the route.

If you’re a Ramblers member please bring along your membership card (or download the Ramblers App to get your digital membership card) if possible as the walk leader will be using the Ramblers App walk register tool which scans the QR code on your card.

If you have any questions about Take A Hike or what to bring you may find these FAQs helpful https://takeahike.org.uk/group-info

COVID-19
Due to COVID-19, we all need to take extra steps to stay safe. Please follow all safety advice given by the walk leader, including the latest guidelines on physical distancing. For more information about COVID-19 and Ramblers group walks, please see our guidance for walkers on the coronavirus pages of the Ramblers website.

53.80739,-1.678766 Susan Wilkinson susanw1lk1nson@msn.com
date
Saturday 23 October, 2021
distance
10 miles
grade
Moderate
starts
10:00
description

This is a circular walk of just under ten miles on a mixture of urban paths, green tracks and old lanes. Inevitably there are a few roads to cross. From Pudsey Civic Hall we head to the millenium orchard in Farsley and then wind our way down to the canal at Rodley. We follow the towpath to Newlay and head uphill to Horsforth Hall Park where we will eat our packed lunches. From the park we head to the canal at the edge of Calverley and then follow a couple of old tracks back up to the starting point. 

Meet in the pay and display public car park at the side of Pudsey Civic Hall. The car park is free on Sundays. It’s a 10 minute walk from New Pudsey Train Station. 

Please note post code only provides approximate location.

This walk is ok for dogs on leads. We will walk through a field which normally contains livestock.

There are narrow sections where we’ll need to take care if we meet other walkers. We will need to keep to the side of the canal towpath too.

Walking boots are recommended.

There are no public toilets on the route.

If you’re a Ramblers member please bring along your membership card (or download the Ramblers App to get your digital membership card) if possible as the walk leader will be using the Ramblers App walk register tool which scans the QR code on your card.

If you have any questions about Take A Hike or what to bring you may find these FAQs helpful https://takeahike.org.uk/group-info

COVID-19
Due to COVID-19, we all need to take extra steps to stay safe. Please follow all safety advice given by the walk leader, including the latest guidelines on physical distancing. For more information about COVID-19 and Ramblers group walks, please see our guidance for walkers on the coronavirus pages of the Ramblers website.

starting point
Pudsey Civic Hall Cote Lane Pudsey Leeds LS28 5TA
starting grid reference
SE212346
post code
LS28 5TA

Start point

Pudsey Civic Hall Cote Lane Pudsey Leeds LS28 5TA

53.80739, -1.678766

contacts
name
Susan Wilkinson
surroundings
River, canal, Woodland, Park, green space
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