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Blue discs with name in yellowKirklees Way

118 km / 73 miles

W Yorks
The Kirklees Way provides a challenging 73-mile route that circles the district, taking in the best of the landscape, scenery, history and unusual features including the Upper Colne Valley and mixes the exposed moorland tops with the industrial towns in the valleys crossing the Spen Valley to Oakwell Hall, Dewsbury, Clayton West and the Holme Valley to Marsden.


Details:

Path Type
Paths Marked on OS mapping
Waymark: Blue discs with name in yellow
Waymark
Blue discs with name in yellow
Attributes
Challenging; Moorland; Industrial History
Start and Finish
SE167259 - Scholes, W Yorks
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Open Date
1990

Publications, Badges and Certificates:

Booklet
Walk the Kirklees Way (Kirklees Metropolitan Council)
Paperback
Stroller's Guide to Walks along the Kirklees Way (Holmfirth Tourist Information Centre - 1991)
Folder
Kirklees Way (Huddersfield Examiner)

Maps:

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Hotels
Self-catering

 
Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2011.
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Accommodation within 5 Km of this Path:

 
 
From Path
Along Path
Hotels
2 Km
2 Km
Self-catering
The Grange  (bookable online)
3 Km
43 Km
Self-catering
Cherry Tree Cottages  (bookable online)
4 Km
92 Km
B & B Accommodation
Castle View Guest House  (bookable online)
4 Km
99 Km

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Downloads:

GPS Exchange Format Route File
MemoryMap Route file
Tracklogs Route file

Route Profile:

117.2 Km (72.8 miles)
2,890 m (9,482 ft) ascent
454 m (1,490 ft)  maximum height