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.
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
Follow in the footsteps of Mesolithic people of 9,000 years BC to Blind Jack of Knaresborough building the turnpike roads, and witness first-hand how the National Trust is preserving this rich landscape today
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