Peak & Northern Footpaths Society (est.1894)

Walks For All: Bradford

Walks For All: Bradford

What information is available?

Bradford MBC Countryside and Rights of Way Service provide information about their Countryside Sites (with leaflets) and Self-Guided Routes (with information to allow people to decide if the route is suitable for them).

Bradford District has 36 public parks. The Parks and Landscape Service provide their own information.

Multi-User routes are being developed by the council working in partnership with other organisations. For instance The Airedale Greenway (not yet completed) will be multi-user route for walkers and cyclists.The Great Northern Railway Trail is also being developed with 10kms already open.

The Riverside Gardens in Ilkley is described as suitable for wheelchair users.

Where can I find the information on the council web site?

Where can I obtain a printed leaflet?

The Countryside and Rights of Way Service – Series of Leaflets: Self-Guided Routes

Some leaflets are available on request from the council, others will not be reprinted as they have been superseded by an online version.

The Countryside and Rights of Way Service will also try to respond to specific enquiries and provide information to individuals as required. 01274 432666 or rightsofway@bradford.gov.uk.

To contact the Parks and Landscapes Service call  01274 437789.

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