Wadsworth Moor is a 6.1 mile loop trail located near Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, England that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching.

Length6.1 miElevation gain1,007 ftRoute typeLoop
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A moderately strenuous circular route from Clough Foot Car Park - near the Pack Horse Inn. It takes in ravines, rock formations, woodland, riverside and moorlands with stunning views. Highlights are from the highest point on the Dean Gate Track, where Stoodly Pike Monument at Todmorden can be seen to the south, then the Gorple and Widdop reservoirs with the wind farms and Burnley beyond. The "Marilyn" of Lad Law summit on Boulsworth Hill can then be seen, then the Walshaw Dean reservoirs with Withins Heights (all Bronte Country Beyond) - this could be included in an extended walk over the moors.

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