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
This is a follow-up to the September bird migration workshop. we will be focusing on the birds moving through the reserve and comparing the results with those from the September workshop. Binoculars advised.
Meet David Anderson for an ascent of Hope Hill before dropping down into Baildon for lunch and returning along Baildon Bank. 5 and a half miles; 8.8km. Packed lunch needed.
Meet Colin Pitts . Some rough moorland paths on this undulating walk. 6 miles, 9.7km. Packed lunch needed.
Saturday 9th November. Meet Pat Addinell at the Potted Meat Stick in centre of Baildon at 10.00a.m. (BD17 6LX) for a 6 mile circular walk – taking in Ferniehurst Dell, Riverside path and The Woolpack in Esholt.
There will be some ups and downs and mud so please wear appropriate footwear.
Please bring a picnic lunch and plenty to drink.
We are sorry that we cannot accept dogs other than assistance dogs on our guided walks.
Do you like a challenge? The join the Warden for a silent walk around the reserve to look and listen, but don’t tell – well not till the end.
Come and join the Warden as we look to see the brids going to bed and listen for any winter song. Wrap up warm as it could be chilly.
Using the habitat boards that we have round the reserve,we will look at the tracks and signs that animals leave.
Meet Paul Mawson for a walk along the Aire Valley and the hills above Keighley Station. Return by train. 7 and a half miles 12km. Packed lunch needed.
Meet at the Eaves car park for a circular walk of 4 and a half miles (7.2km). The walk will encompass Baildon Moor and Hawksworth via Gill Beck. Packed lunch needed