6 great walks starting at Yorkshire railway stations
PUBLISHED: 07:30 18 February 2020 | UPDATED: 08:33 18 February 2020
You can leave the car at home and make your way by train to these great walks across the county.
Ribblehead Station Railway Station
80 minutes from Leeds, 16 minutes from Settle
Set off from Ribblehead Station, taking you to one of the famous Yorkshire Three Peaks before ending at Horton-in-Ribblesdale Station.
Hebden Bridge Railway Station
40-60 minutes from Leeds, 90 minutes from York
This walk gives you a taste of both sides of the Calder Valley; the wild, windswept moorlands and the crowded, steep valley.
Commondale Railway Station
50 minutes from Middlesbrough, 50 minutes from Whitby
If you are arriving by train, it's a short walk from Commondale station to the Cleveland Inn, where you can pick the details of this walks that explores the beautiful North York Moors.
Marsden Railway Station
32 minutes from Manchester, 12 minutes from Huddersfield
Marsden is well known for its proximity to the Standedge Tunnels and we explore the history of the canal network and take in a section of the Pennine Way.
Ilkley Railway Station
30 minutes from Leeds
While this walk is described as a perfect opportunity to experience the bluebells of Spring, you can explore the beauty of Middleton Woods any any time of the year.
Settle Railway Station
60 minutes from Leeds
Settle is a name synonymous with the great era of rail travel, and this walk sets off from the famous station and explores the surrounding area.
All the routes were correct at the time of publication, over time access to certain parts of the walk may be subject to change.