Marsden Moor

Pule Hill on Marsden Moor, West Yorkshire

Important notice -

BBQs and fires are banned on Marsden Moor. The fire risk is high during spring and summer. If you see someone using a BBQ or a fire on the moor, call 999 and ask for FIRE.

Take a walk on the wild side and enjoy the rugged moorland landscape.

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What's on

Upcoming events

Guided walk: Heritage Trail South

Sat 28 May 2022
A walk packed with views over the Wessenden Valley, visiting six of the reservoirs on Marsden Moor.

Guided walk: Black Hill and Shiny Brook

Sat 04 Jun 2022
A challenging walk taking in both the ‘new’ and ‘old’ routes of the Pennine Way.

Guided walk: Early morning walk

Sat 18 Jun 2022
Join us for an early start and see Marsden Moor waking up.

Ranger volunteer day: Footpath repairs

Sat 25 Jun 2022
Join our rangers for a hands-on volunteer day on Marsden Moor and help us look after this special place.

Guided walk: Heritage Trail North

Sat 25 Jun 2022
A bracing walk with magnificent open moorland views.

Guided walk: Sheep shearing

Wed 06 Jul 2022
A walk to one of the oldest farms on the moors to see the sheep getting sheared, ready for the summer.
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Things to see and do

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Get involved

A plant group volunteer repots a small plant on a sunny day

Volunteering on Marsden Moor 

Our volunteers are a vital part of the team at Marsden Moor. They help us with a huge range of activities, including nature surveys, fence repairs and plant sales.

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Our work

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A mountain hare in its winter white coat stands on its back legs on Marsden Moor

Wildlife on Marsden Moor 

Discover the variety of wildlife that call Marsden Moor home, and find out what we're doing to look after nature.

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Join or give

A view over Buckstones with buttercups in the foreground

Donate now to help protect Marsden Moor 

Upland moors are at serious risk. We need your help to look after this special place, now more than ever. Your donation will help our rangers protect wildlife and restore peat bogs, trapping carbon and protecting Marsden Moor for generations to come.