Bronte Waterfalls is a 5.8 kilometer loop trail located near Keighley, West Yorkshire, England that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips.

Distance: 5.8 km Elevation Gain: 150 m Route Type: Loop

hiking

nature trips

walking

partially paved

river

views

waterfall

wildlife

A circular walk around the Penistone Hill Country Park, the Bronte Waterfall, Bronte Bridge and the village of Stanbury. The walk is along fairly well defined paths across moorland with carpets of heather covering the hillsides. Whilst most of the route is along good paths there are sections near Bronte Waterfall which are down rocky steps which together with several kissing gates make the walk unsuitable for pushchairs. The moors are used for grazing sheep making it important to keep dogs under control.

walking
1 month ago

Lovely walk, although breezy it was warm and the sun was shining. Saw a kestrel and some oyster catchers. Stopped and had a picnic by the "waterfall". Curlews calling along the way. Walking was relatively easy although walk up from waterfall was a bit strenuous for us oaps!! On the walk down to stanbury, climbed over the wall marked public footpath and sat in the sun for a coffee and a break from the wind which was thankfully behind us.

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