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A good vantage point on the Pennine way, equidistant from Todmorden and Hebden Bridge. A short walk from the Top Brink pub and, en route to Hebden 100 yards down the slope, the best spring water in Todmorden
Great walks up to and around Stoodley Pike, and great views from the ridge it sits upon overlooking Todmorden, Hebden Bridge and the Calder Valley.
You can go about 1/4 way up the tower itself up some quite dark steps (torch/phone light useful) to a...More
This monument can be seen in most directions around the area. Standing proud on a desolate moorland hill top. Built of Millstone Grit by Prisoners of War I believe. Huge chunks of rock make you wonder how it was ever built where it was. It’s...More
Recommended by a mate, lovely sights.. 10 mins drive from Hollingsworth lake. Easy walk for anyone looking at a quick fixed to get the body moving again. We was up and down in 2 hours . Could of been quicker but we had all day...More
Various ways up to the monument on the top of Stoodley Pike. A steep climb is the most direct route from London rd, but you can also walk a more gentle route up .The views from the top are fantastic and well worth the walk.
The hike upto the pike is a nice relaxing walk, with a fair bit of uphill. The view from on the pike is worth the trip however. After the walk why not walk across to the Top Brink pub for a well deserved cold drink...More