Bronte Round

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Statistics and Files
Start: Hebden Bridge
Distance: 22 miles (36 km)
Grid Ref: SD992273
Climbing: 1,147 metres
Walk time: 9-11 hours
Days: 1

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Bronte Round is a walking route in West Yorkshire which links places associated with the Bronte Family including the moorland of the south Pennines associated with the novel Wuthering Heights, Emily Bronte's most famous work. The route starts in the poular walking town of Hebden Bridge and visits Lee Wood, Lee Mill Bridge, Midgehole, New Bridge, Hebden Dale, Hebden Water, Gibson Mill, Hardcastle Crags, Shackleton Knoll, Baby House Hill, Grain Water Bridge, Stairs Edge, Top of Stairs, Bodkin Lane, Lee Shaw Reservoir, Lee Lane, Marsh Lane, Haworth, Bronte Parsonage, Penistone Hill Country Park, Stanbury Height, Bronte Bridge, Bronte Waterfalls, Top Withins, Dick Delf Hill, Within Heights End, Walshaw Dean Reservoirs, Graining Water and Black Dean before returning to Hebden Dale to finish basck in Hebden Bridge.

Useful Links:
A Walking Englishman walk in Hebden Dale
A Walking Englishman walk to Top Withins
Long Distance Walkers Association

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