Below you will find details of forthcoming guided walks and events related to walking, in and around Baildon, organised by a variety of local organisations.
All walks listed are in the immediate proximity of Baildon or can be easily reached by public transport from Baildon. Public transport links to and from Baildon are great, with regular bus routes and a train station only a short walk from the village centre. You can also find links to local walking groups on our website, including Bradford Ramblers, who offer guided evening walks.
We are not responsible for the accuracy of the walks below and suggest you always contact the organiser for full details and to check the walk is going ahead.
Diary of events
Further details coming soon
A cisrcular walk to find one of Bradford’s many becks. 4 miles. Picnin lunch required. No booking needed: just turn up.
A circular walk around the north west of Baildon. Bring a picnic lunch. No booking needed: just turn up.
A linear walk of 6 miles over Norr Hill to a height of 925ft. A challenging walk with steep inclines and declines. Bring a picnic lunch. No booking needed: just turn up.
Bring a torch. warm clothing, and your breakfast for an exhilarating climb to the Twelve Apostles stone circle to see the first sunrise of summer 2020. No booking needed: just turn up.
Walk on the “old Shipley Stride” route, initially following the Dalesway path and then heading for lunch at aconce before climbing back over Baildon Moor to finish. 5 and a half miles. Pleaes bring a packed lunch. No booking needed: just turn up.
A circular walk over the Moor to Sconce. 3 miles. Bring a packed lunch No booking needed: just turn up.
A linear and energetic hike to Ilkley with some steep ascents and descents. Excellent views! Return from Ilkely by train. 8 miles. Bring a packed lunch No booking needed: just turn up.
A circular, short and gentle family walk to the Prince of Wales park in Eldwick and back along Shipley Glen. 4 miles. Sorry route not suitable for pushcairs. No booking needed: just turn up.
A short and generally level circular walk, suitable for families (but not pushchairs) alongside the River Aire and the Leeds Liverpool Canal, there is a short incline towards the end to return to Shipley Glen. 4 and a half miles. No booking needed: just turn up.