Route ID: 522408

Shelley ~ Kirkburton Circular

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    Walking route mapped by  Steve Horsfall Photo
    2 years ago

    Starts near Shelley, GBSEARCH NEARBY
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    4.012 miles
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    383 ft | 383 ft 
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    Mixed
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    About

    It is a circular walk from Dearne Lea Tea Room in Shelley, passing Shelley Village Hall to Healey and then to Kirkburton Village. You can plan a stop at All hallows church (recorded history from 1147) with time to look around, or drink your coffee, or both. The walk returns by way of Gryce Hall and Standinghurst Farm. The route is a mixture of fields (assume muddy at any time of year), paths and minor roads, with the usual stiles, but no really steep inclines.

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