Haworth Moor

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The Haworth & Denholme Cycling route begins alongside the Bronte moors, renowned for their influence on three of the regions most famous novelists and sisters - Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte.

The ride offers wide ranging views over other roaming moorlands and valleys and comprises a mixture of moorland, stoned, grass and tarmac tracks.

Some areas of the route are relatively remote so it is not recommended for the novice or single rider. The route is 13.5 miles long.


BBQs are not allowed on moorland in the district. Please #BeMoorAware and help us to prevent wildfires

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  • Length of route (miles) - 14

Map & Directions

Road Directions

By Road:From Bradford:Leave Bradford on the B6144. Continue forward until you reach Haworth. Turn right onto the A6033 (Hebden Road). Turn left onto lees Lane. You will arrive in the town centre of Haworth.By Public Transport:Nearest train station: Bradford Railway StationNearest bus station: Bradford Bus Station

Penistone Hill Country Park

Type:Cycle Route

Penistone Hill Country Park, Haworth Moor, Haworth, West Yorkshire, BD22 9RH
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What's Nearby

  1. Haworth Moor is located just outside the picturesque village of Haworth.

    0.58 miles away
  2. The Brontës are the world's most famous literary family and Haworth Parsonage was their…

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  3. Haworth Parish Church has strong links with the Brontes, Rev. Patrick Bronte was the…

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  4. Do the ghosts of Branwell and Emily Brontë still walk the moors of Haworth? Do the…

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  1. Gallery and gift shop on the historic cobbled Main Street of Haworth.

    0.74 miles away
  2. Haworth's Central Park is the perfect place to relax or go for a stroll. It's pretty…

    0.8 miles away
  3. The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway is a heritage railway that was reopened in 1968 and…

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  4. Discover the inspiration for Wuthering Heights by taking a walk to Top Withens, where you…

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  5. Holden Park (known locally as Oakworth Park) is absolutely unique, with grottoes and…

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  6. Top Withens is a ruined farmhouse near Haworth, which is said to have been the…

    2.56 miles away
  7. Visit Rail Story to learn more about the railways and the people who worked on them.

    3.05 miles away
  8. A former mansion built 1875 - 1882, now the local museum in a park.

    4.19 miles away
  9. Visit Cliffe Castle Park for a great family day out. Not only can you visit Cliffe…

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  10. The Keighley Bus Museum Trust hosts a magnificent collection of vintage vehicles.

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  11. Take a walk through St Ives Estate and admire the picturesque lake, woodland and wildlife…

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  12. National Trust owned historic house, garden, shop and tearoom. This award winning…

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