Leave the popular village of Haworth and explore the lonely moors beyond where the Bronte sisters found inspiration. Includes visits to Wuthering Heights and the Bronte Bridge.
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- Start Point: Haworth. Car Park at the top end near church
- Finish Point: Haworth
- Distance: 9 Miles
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The Brontë Sisters lived in Haworth during the 19th Century and they drew their inspiration for novels such as Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre from long walks in the moors above the village. After heading out of Haworth the walk crosses the moors to the Brontë Bridge, Seat and Waterfall before climbing to Top Withins farmhouse. Here the walk joins the Pennine Way and drops back through the village of Stanbury to Haworth.
There are loads of cosy rooms and holiday lets in Haworth.