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300yds from the Calderdale Way and with numerous local walks, the cottages are ideal for people looking to explore the local countryside.

Hebden Bridge and Mytholmroyd are fantastic centres for walking, but many people think that because our town is set in the deep Calder valley, you have to be very fit to walk round here. NOT TRUE, there are plenty of strolls that anyone can do!

Mytholmroyd Walkers (click HERE)

Hebden Bridge Walkers (click HERE)

Walking World (enter post code HX7 5TH) (click HERE)

11 Local Walks (click HERE)

Hardcastle Craggs Walk (click HERE)

Walking and Cycling in Hebden Bridge using Public Transport (click HERE)

Haworth to Hebden Bridge (click HERE)



"A Nexus for mountain bikers" (Everyday cycling magazine).

The cottages are situated on the Cragg Vale Incline – Englands longest unbroken climb of 6.5miles!

Cyclists relish the challenge of riding this difficult route up to beautiful heather filled moorland, 1000 feet above sea level.

The Pennine Way and Calderday Way are on the doorstep, together with The Pennine Bridleway and The Mary Towneley Loop. Mountain Bike skills courses are run by local organisation - Great Rock more info

Hebden Bridge is in the centre of the Pennines, offering some of the best riding in the country. There are plenty of hills, forest and moorland, for bikers of all skills to try.

Bike rental and shops within 3 miles

Blazing Saddles (click HERE)

Hebden Bridge Cycle Hire (click HERE)

Douggie Mansfield -
9 New Road, Mytholmroyd, 01422 884397


3 Local Routes (click HERE)
Cycling & Public Transport (click HERE)
National Trail (click HERE)
Cycle Transport - Home (click HERE)
Cycle Route (click HERE)
Cycle Transport - Calder (click HERE)

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