Next Meetup

Haworth Church Steps
Catch the 662 bus at 9.32 to Keighley bus station (arrives at 10.14). Then the B1 bus at 10.25 to Haworth, arriving at 10.45. Today's leader is Brian Humphrey. The walk starts at the church steps at the top of Haworth Main Street. From here we walk to Tom Stells seat then past Leashaw Reservoir to Stairs Lane on the Calder/Aire link, following the old road to Hardcastle Crags then on to Gibson's Mill and refreshments. After this we follow the picturesque path to Hebden Dale and Midge Hole into Hebden Bridge. The walk is approximately 9/10 miles. Bring a packed lunch and plenty of liquid. Strong walking boots are recommended. There are plenty of buses from Hebden Bridge to get back home.

Bradford Interchange train and bus station

City centre · Bradford

What we're about

Come and join our walks.

We are an established group based around Bradford and the Aire Valley areas and we offer an interesting programme of walks with something for everyone ranging from gentle strolls to challenging mountain walks with some scrambling.

On most Sundays we run a 53 seater coach collecting members at various points between Bradford and Keighley and travel to many different areas and offer 2 to 3 levels of walking ( A (harder), B (moderate) and C (Easier)) . The coach enables us to create interesting linear walks. There is a charge for the coach journey which varies between £10 and £14 depending on the distance the coach travels. We have usually between 35 and 53 members joining our coach each Sunday.

Our Saturday Public Transport rambles are between 6 and 10 miles and details of these can be found on our other website You can download details of our events and the Saturday walks are also listed on the events page ( We also offer occasional weekends where the group travel to an area for walking and an annual holiday. See details on our Weekends/ annual holidays page (

All our walks are led by leaders from our club.

Please also see our Sunday Coach Info ( and Sunday coach - routes & pickup points ( on the additional pages of this website. We have information about the equipment ( you should bring and safety ( on our meetup pages. You can also download maps and information about all our coach pickup points (

We welcome new members to our club. You are very welcome to join the walks we post on Meetup. Just click on a walk listing to find out all the details about the walk and RSVP to indicate that you are planning to attend. If new to our group please send a message to me or the walk leader through Meetup and let us know if you need any additional information. You are also welcome to contact us by telephone - please see Contacts (

You are welcome to try us out before becoming a full member of Bradford CHA. You can come to 2 or 3 walks as a taster before joining the club. See Membership ( for information and you can download a membership application form from our main website - Membership ( - which also gives details of our membership fees. We do not currently charge a Meetup Fee, so the only charges are our normal annual membership fee (£11 per person or £18 per couple annually) and the coach fee if you come out on a Sunday.

Please note we have a club policy of no dogs on walks.

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