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Bingley & Airedale

Doubler Stones
A demanding walk to the east of Silsden with plenty of steep ups and downs, crossing mainly pasture land with a little rough wet intake land on the edge of the moor.

THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW.
 
Distance
5.7 miles/9.2km
Height Gain
251m
Grade
Cycle Grade
OS Map Number
OS Explorer map 21 (South Pennines)
Car (Parking)
Stiles
Steps
Circular
Linear
Start Point
Wesley Place car park, Silsden Town Centre
Nearest Town
Silsden
Public Transport
WYMetro : www.wymetro.com or 0113 245 7676. Steeton & Silsden Railway Station is 1 mile from Silsden town centre. Bus service 762 from Keighley to Ilkley operates regularly
Toilets on Route
At refreshment stops
Nearest Refreshments
Plenty of pubs/cafés/shops in Silsden
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