Clayton West Circular Walk

A walk of 5.7 miles which celebrates the pretty stone-built village of Clayton West and the pretty countryside which surrounds it. Maps, statistics and gpx route file for the walk are included.

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Statistics and Files
Start: St Michael's Church
Grid Ref: SE259109
Distance: 5.7 miles (9.1 km)
Climbing: 271 metres
Walk time: 2-3 hours
Days: 1

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Clayton West Circular Walk explores the beautiful countryside on the fringes of this attractive stone-built village in West Yorkshire. Clayton West was occasionally used as a location for Britain's longest running comedy series Last of the Summer Wine and one can imagine Compo and his pals exploring the paths and lanes of this walk which begins at St Michael's church and goes by the River Dearne, Clayton Hall Farm, Bilham Grange and Bilham Shrogg Woods, Hoyland Bank, Winter Hill, Swallow Hill, Upper Common, Lower Common and Riding Wood before returning to the village.

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