Leave Bradford and head up to Ilkley before dropping down to Keighley and on to Haworth. Enjoy the walks to Bronte Falls. Pause at Hebden Bridge before arriving at Sowerby Bridge. Take in Halifax before finishing Huddersfield.
Bradford has a range of visitor attractions including The National Science and Media Museum, the Cartwright Hall gallery – recognising the works of local artist David Hockney and the Bradford Industrial Museum that is located in a 19th century mill.
The Cow and Calf Rocks provide a backdrop to the pretty spa town of Ilkley, an ideal base for exploring the Yorkshire Dales. Take in the views of Ilkley Moor or enjoy some refreshments in one of the delightful tearooms.
Situated between the moors of Airedale and Keighley, Keighley is a welcoming Yorkshire town. Visit the 17th century East Riddlesden Hall, Museum of Rail Travel or take a ride on the Keighley and Worth Valley railway and enjoy the views.
The cobbled streets of the village Haworth are the home of the Bronte sisters, attracting large number of visitors each year. Explore the shops of the lovely main street and take in the views of the surrounding rugged moorland or visit Cliffe Castle Museum.
Surrounded by picturesque moorland, the Bronte Falls are a small waterfall located on a 4 mile walk that takes in the Penistone Hill Country Park, Bronte Bridge and the village of Stanbridge.
The Upper Calder Valley is home to Hebden Bridge which displays a strong artist and writer influence. Enjoy the galleries, eateries and pavement boutiques and beautiful surrounding countryside.
Sowerby Bridge is the crossing point of the Ryburn River and Calder River where visitors can enjoy the atmosphere of the canal side and enjoy a meal or drink in one of the many restaurants, eateries or bars.
Calderdale’s largest town, Halifax has a wealth of industrial heritage and impressive architecture. Visit the Halifax Minster, Eureka! - the National Children’s Museum and range of independent shops, markets and restaurants.
Enjoy the Victorian architecture of Huddersfield, the birthplace of Prime Minster Harold Wilson, visit the Castle Hill monument and enjoy the shops and restaurants of this large market town.