A chance to enjoy the moorland top
Turley Holes offers wonderful panoramic views, along a virtually flat and well-maintained trail. It likes to rain here, as the numerous reservoirs bear witness. Discover what the water has been used for and find out what wildlife survives here.
Audio Trail Files
- Turley Holes Audio Trail - Part 1
- Turley Holes Audio Trail - Part 2
- Turley Holes Sample
- Turley Holes Route Map
Starting Point: Car park below The White House (OS grid ref: SD 967178)
Distance: 13km /8 miles
Allow: 3–4 hours
Map: OS Explorer 21 – South Pennines
Terrain: A mostly level path on a mixture of tracks and flagged paths, some rough paths.
Nearest town: Ripponden
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