Things to see & do

Places to visit on Marsden Moor

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What's on

From guided walks to navigation courses, family events to plant sales, there is a lot going on at Marsden Moor all year round. To find out more please visit our Events page.


With miles of footpaths and major routes like the Pennine Way crossing the Estate, Marsden Moor is the perfect place to explore on foot.


From photography to geocaching, there are plenty of ways for the whole family to explore Marsden Moor.

Seasonal highlights

  • A distinctive call that can be heard on the heather moorlands all year ©

    Spot Red Grouse

    Keep you ears and eyes open for the distinctive Red Grouse as you explore Marsden Moor on foot

  • Map Reading Workshop

    Join Mark Reid, author of the Inn Way series, for a 1 day map and navigation course

  • Three Peaks of Marsden Moor

    Take on the 3 peaks of Marsden Moor: Pule Hill (437m), March Hill (448m) and Cupwith Hill (427m)<...

Take up the 50 things challenge

Tick off some of the 50 thing to do before you're 11¾ whilst you explore Marsden Moor:

  • No.21: Pick blackberries
  • No.34: Track wild animals
  • No.26: Hunt for fossils and bones


Don't miss

  • Having a picnic at Eastergate Bridge
  • Watching the paragliders at Buckstones
  • Follow one of our walking trails
  • A sunset from the top of Pule Hill (when the weather permits)
  • Birdwatching on Binn Moor
  • Fresh Yorkshire air