Direct Transport based walk with Andy Buckley.
A circular walk taking in the beautiful village of Haworth and the surrounding moors where the Bornte Sisters spent some of their time.
We will leave the village and head through the Penistone Country Park and then onto the moors out to the pituresque valley where Bronte Bridge stands followed by a rough path that leads us to Top Withens, which isreportedly linked to Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights.
From here we head off along the Pennine Bridleway skirting the villages of Stanbury and Oldfield before we head back towards Haworth via a couple of picturesque bridges, where if you have time there is a chance to browse the shops or visit the local establishments for a beer or tea and cake!
Meet & Travel arrangements - Direct
This is a walk with direct transport arrangements, meeting at the walk start.
11:00: Meet at the walk start (Bronte Parsonage Museum, Haworth)
11:15 Walk starts.
Waypoints: Bronte Bridge (2.43m), Top Withens (4.08m), Cold Knoll (5.82m), Oldfield Lane (6.93m), Long Bridge (8.00m)
Parking at Bronte Prsonage Museum costs £4 for all day.
Planning to be back at Haworth for between 15:30-16:00
Toilets are available at the car park at the start of the walk.