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All reviews lovely walk lock keeper feat of engineering the leeds liverpool canal tow path well worth a visit watch the boats narrow boat canal side nice cafe amazing engineering cakes industrial history town centre lovely place to visit sunny day ice cream
Good easy path for a walk along the Liverpool and Leeds canal passing the five rise and the three rise locks. There are boards explaining the operation of the five rise locks at the site. It was nice seeing all the different boats moored on...More
The weather was exceptionally good for February and as it was a Monday afternoon, there were no crowds to interfere with our quiet walk along the river bank. We had a little trouble finding our way to the lock in a car, first landing in...More
Enjoyed a lovely 5 mile walk along the canal stopping at Five Rise Locks . Beautiful place but couldn’t believe the speed of some groups of cyclists hurtling along tow path and not slowing down for walkers including the elderly and those with young children....More
I have visited Bingley 5 Rise twice. Once in June from Shipley cycling along the canal and once in January by car with grandkids. Both times we got to see the locks open. In summer the lockkeeper was a real character and she allowed me...More
I visited here before the cafe was open so I will just point out there’s a cafe.the locks are a great piece of history I guess and look fantastic and are in great condition thanks to the canal trust and band of volunteers who do...More
Yes up Park Road for approx 400 yards. Climb the hill and turn left at the crossroads on Beck Lane , carry on to a mini roundabout and park somewhere there. The locks is down a short road for about 50 yards