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Brighouse Boundary Walk

W Yorkshire

29 km / 18 miles
Originally created in 1993 to celebrate the centenary of the former Borough of Brighouse and re-launched in 2001, the Walk encircles the town, gaining access to the moors and crossing the Calder Valley. At Hartshead Moor it links with the Bronte, Calderdale and Kirklees Ways and the Spen Way Heritage Trail.


Path Type: Other Paths
Waymark: Letter B with arrow protruding from base
Attributes: Challenging
Start and Finish: SE148237 - Wellholme Park, Brighouse, W Yorkshire View on StreetMap
Web Sites: Thornhill Briggs to Hipperholme [YouTube video] Hipperholme to Cromwell Bottom [YouTube video] Cromwell Bottom to Toothill Lane [YouTube video] Three Nuns to Thornhill Briggs [YouTube video] Toothill Lane to Three Nuns [YouTube video] Steve Rose - Brighouse Boundary Walk [blog]


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Route Profile:

31.4 km (19.5 miles)
779 m (2,556 ft) ascent
223 m (732 ft)  maximum height

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