Centres, Halifax, Huddersfield and Todmorden bus stations and Hebden
Bridge, Huddersfield and Todmorden railway stations.
The 901 timetable can also be downloaded from the Metro website here.
If you are not sure which stop to get off, ask the bus driver who will know
where your walks start.
Always wear good walking boots or shoes and take some waterproof clothes with you: the weather can change quite quickly on the tops. Make sure you have a copy of the 901 bus timetable (and any others you might need for returning to your destination).
Check the opening times of cafés and pubs on the route. Just in case, always take a drink and a snack. If you have the South Pennine Ordnance Survey map, bring it with you, even on the routes with maps.
Be aware that mobile phone signals come and go in this area.
For timetables to and from Hebden Bridge click here or phone
08457 48 49 50.
For details of the 901 and other local buses go to the Metro website
?? Phone 0113 245 7676.
?? Pick up timetables from Hebden Bridge or Huddersfield railway stations or Hebden Bridge Visitor Centre.
Key pubs and cafés
(Check opening times, especially in the winter)
Robin Hood Cragg Vale
Hinchliffe Arms, Cragg Vale
The Whitehouse, Blackstone http://healthsavy.com/product/cipro/ Edge
The Milestone Inn, Ripponden
The Old Bridge Inn, Ripponden
The Griffin, Barkisland
Bower’s Mill Café, Barkisland
The Pub, Stainland
The Duke of York, Stainland
The New Inn, Sowood
If you have enjoyed these walks, we
have produced a range of other walks:
?? Twelve walks from the 906
summer bus to Hardcastle Crags
?? Three way-marked walks from
Hebden Bridge to Stoodley Pike,
Heptonstall and Hardcastle Crags
(this can be an add-on to the 906
walks that end at Midgehole)
?? Gentle walking – a series of easy
walks for people who are not very
fit or have a health condition
?? A short walk around Eaves Wood.
All these are available from Calderdale
Visitor Centres and walking shops.
For other self guided walks in the area,
look at these websites:
- Hebden Bridge Walkers Action
- Mytholmroyd Walkers Action
- Pennine Horizons E-Trails
(walks with heritage podcasts)
- Pennine Prospects.
- Calderdale Heritage Walks
Tell us about your experiences of
doing the walks – good and bad.
All the walks have been thoroughly
checked, but if errors have crept
in, please tell us. Contact us here.
First, thanks to Metro for
supporting the 901 bus and for
providing finance to promote the
Thanks to CROWS who checked all the
routes and sorted out way-marking
and drainage problems.
Photos: Graham Ramsden/Mike Barrett
Print: The Print Bureau
Website: Pennine Pens
Thanks to all the friends of Hebden
Bridge Walkers Action who walked out
the routes to check directions (often in
cold rain and mud!).