Local Walks Maps

The following maps are walks in the Keighley area which include local parks – Click to view and download the maps

Walk No1 – Worth Way

Orange Route

Short circular walk that travels by the river worth and then through central Keighley. Features quite flat terrain.

Difficulty Level: Beginner

 

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Walk No2 – Becks Road & Holme Mill

Green Route

Route starts in central Keighley. PLEASE NOTE THIS ROUTE CURRENTLY HAS A LOCKED GATE BLOCKING IT, WE ARE CURRENTLY INVESTIGATING REOPENING THIS ROUTE.

Difficulty Level: Beginner-Intermediate

 

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Walk No3 – Cliffe Castle

Blue Route

Starts in central Keighley goes through Devonshire Park, Cliffe Castle Park and Moorhouse Woods. For an easier route skip Moorhouse Woods as on a wet day it can be quite muddy.

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

 

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Walk No4 – Aireworth

Red Route

Starting at Keighley Leisure Centre.

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

 

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Walkway Maps

The following maps are part of a series of walks within Keighley and the surrounding areas such as Haworth, Silsden, Ilkley and Bingley. Our specially selected routes from the series are graded for all levels of ability. Click to view and download the maps.

Grades of Walks Available

Mild to Moderate

Suitable for Pushchairs
Usually less than 3.5km

Mild to moderate

NOT Suitable for Pushchairs
Usually less than 3.5km

Moderate

Usually less than 6.5km

Hard

Usually over 6.5km

1.MILDTOMODERATE Mild to Moderate

Suitable for pushchairs – Usually Less than 3.5km

Walk 1: Cliffe Castle (2.5 kms)

Walk 2: Lund Park (3 kms)

Walk 3: Holden Park (1 km)

Walk 4: Myrtle Park (2 kms)

Walk 5: Bingley & Locks (2 kms)

Walk 6: Riddlesden Hall (2.8 kms)

Walk 7: Saltaire and Salts Mill (2 kms)

Walk 8: Kildwick to Silsden (3.5 kms)

Walk 9: Cartwright Hall (3.5 kms)

Walk 10: Haworth Park (1.5 kms)

Mild to Moderate

NOT suitable for pushchairs – usually less than 3.5km

Walk 11: Silsden Canal (1.5kms)

Walk 12: Lund Park (3.5 kms)

Walk 13: Bronte Parsonage (3 kms)

Walk 14: Bingley Myrtle Park (3 kms)

Walk 15: Oakworth Holden ( 2.5kms)

Walk 16: Silsden Park (1.5 kms)

Walk 17: Parkwood Woods (3 kms)

Walk 18: Fell Lane (3.5 kms)

Walk 19: Oakworth Griff (2 kms)

Walk 20: Penistone (3 kms)

Moderate

Usually less than 6.5km

Walk 21: Denholme Gate (5 kms)

Walk 22: Long Lee (4 kms)

Walk 23: Oxenhope (3.2 kms)

Walk 24: Ridddleson Hall (4.5 kms)

Walk 25: St Ives Park (5.5 kms)

Walk 26: Ponden Reservoir (3.7 kms)

Walk 27: Penistone Hill (6 kms)

Walk 28: Cackleshaw (4.5 kms)

Walk 29: Addingham to Ikley (5.5 kms)

Walk 30: Cullingworth (5 kms)

Hard

Usually more than 6.5km

Walk 32: Oakworth (7.5kms)

Walk 33: Crossroads to Bingley (8.5 kms)

Walk 34: Leeshaw Reservoir (8 kms)

Walk 35: Bronte Bridge B (8 kms)

Bradford Council Park Maps

The following maps are walks available in the local council parks

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Walk 1 – Around The Museum

Distance: 400m or 1/4 mile
Average Time: 10 minutes

Walk 2 – Museum and Park

Distance: 1 km or 1/2 mile
Average Time: 20 minutes

Walk 3 – Museum, Park and Woodland

Distance: 1.6 km or 1 mile
Average Time: 25 minutes

(All 3 walks start and end at the information board opposite the Museum entrance)

 

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Countryside and rights of way

Go to the countryside and rights of way section of the Bradford council website for maps across the Bradford district. Find the links below: Easily accessible countryside sites Self-guided walks