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Bingley & Airedale

The Two Streams Walk - between Eldwick and Shipley Glen
This route is a relatively easy stroll in the Yorkshire countryside marked by its famous dry stone walls. You will mostly follow two streams; called becks, and cross farm fields overlooking the Baildon Moor and Bingley Moor. Although a small diversion on the route, the highlight of the journey is the Shipley Glen.


THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW.
 
Distance
2.7 miles/4.4km
Height Gain
80m
Grade
Cycle Grade
OS Map Number
OS Explorer map 288 (Bradford & Huddersfield) Or OS Explorer map 297 (Lower Wharfedale & Washburn Valley)
Car (Parking)
Stiles
Steps
Circular
Linear
Start Point
The Acorn Pub, Eldwick
Nearest Town
Eldwick / Bingley
Public Transport
WYMetro : www.wymetro.com or 0113 245 7676.
Toilets on Route
At the refreshment stop
Nearest Refreshments
The Acorn Pub, Eldwick
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