Follow our doggy dos and don’ts for a safe and fun trip on the moors.
Take a look at some of the walks you can enjoy on Marsden Moor. From short, flat strolls, to longer more challenging hikes, there are downloadable routes to suit everyone.
This spring, enjoy the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt at Marsden Moor. Follow the trail to discover a chocolate surprise at the end and find out how events like these can help care for our amazing moorland.
Find out more about the work of our survey group, one of the groups that makes up the network of volunteers we have at Marsden Moor.
A circular walk on Marsden Moor where you can find out about its rich history, from the Neolithic man through to the Industrial Revolution.
Uncover the past and find out more about the rich history of Marsden Moor on this bracing walk with magnificent open moorland views.
A moderate walk that meanders up onto the moors with far reaching views following Deer Hill conduit.
An exhilarating circular walk, a large part of it on the Pennine Way, exploring the varied landscapes of Marsden Moor.
A circular walk that starts along the canal towpath before gently contouring around the sides of Pule Hill.
A short, linear walk along the Huddersfeld narrow canal leads to a picturesque picnic spot.
Explore the rugged landscape of the moors which change throughout the seasons.
Walk and spot wildlife, cycle and take on our challenging cross country routes or discover treasure by geocaching.
Take a linear walk up the Wessenden Valley. Stride out along the track to explore this beautiful valley and discover four reservoirs en route.
Wander across the moorland following the old Turnpike and explore the history of this landscape.
Climb up above the Wessenden Valley and enjoy views of the autumnal colours of the valley below.
A circular walk to Eastergate, a lovely picnic spot. Head up onto the moors for wonderful views across Marsden, and finally return through scenic fields.