The HD8 Network is a positive and professional network of residents and business owners from the HD8 area. This link is worth a visit when planning a visit to our area since it is always up to date and plays a vital link in supporting local business & people and providing information local events and news.
The Trans Pennine Trail is mentioned in some of the walks listed, there is also The Kirkburton to Penistone Extension which runs through the Denby Dale Parish. The link shows the four parts to this extension, of interest to walkers may be the off road sections 1, 2 and 3.
LOCAL WALKERS ARE WELCOME GROUPS
OTHER WALKS THAT PASS THROUGH THIS AREA
Denby Way (Long Distance Walk)
Dearne Way (Long Distance Walk)
Barnsley Boundary Walk (Long Distance Walk which passes through Upper Denby)
This website is a really interesting collection of old photographs from the surrounding area. It is amazing how some things have changed but others are still the same. This site is currently being upgraded so a must to revisit.
Penistone Line Partnership
There are also guided walks around the area which can be found in the following link www.penline.co.uk
Penistone is surrounded by beautiful and historic countryside and the walks and routes we've included here are designed to help you enjoy it first-hand. visit penistone.co.uk
Kirkburton Parish Walks
The Kirkburton Parish Walks are all between 4 and 6 miles long, and each are set within a village in the parish of Kirkburton, situated between Huddersfield and the Peak District. Kirkburtonparsihwalks.co.uk
Kirkheaton - Yetton Together
A community website covering the Kirkheaton area packed with information. It includes a series of interesting walks with differing lengths together with directions and maps.
A wide range of visitor information is available at the excellent link
Slow Ways is an initiative to create a national network of walking routes connecting all of Great Britain’s towns and cities as well as thousands of villages.
Using existing paths, ways, trails and roads, people can use Slow Ways routes to walk or wheel between neighbouring settlements, and combine them to create longer distance trips. It’s designed to make it easier for people to imagine, plan and go on walking journeys.