Hebden Bridge is at it’s most luscious and green right now. The leaves are fresh and young, the bluebells are blooming and the meadows have their first dusting of buttercups.
This route makes up for it’s relatively short length with a good helping of elevation. Taking you sharply out of Hebden Bridge it offers some fantastic views onto the town, along the valley and up to Stoodley Pike. Distance: 6.9km / 4.28miles Total Ascent: 230m / 755ft
Eaves Wood is a hidden gem. Criss-crossed with old stone steps that wind their way up to Hepstonstall it’s worthy of some exploration. This route keeps you in the trees so if the weather isn’t playing ball this route offers plenty of shelter. Distance: 3.5km / 2.2miles Total Ascent: 156m / 511ft
This is a big one so pack your sarnies before you leave. This route tries to take in as much varied scenery as possible, from the woods of the valley to the Yorkshire savannah on the tops. A great ramble, especially if the sun is out. Distance: 16.4km / 10.2miles Height Gain: 575m / 1886ft