If you love your walking and love the great outdoors of Calderdale, you will love our Best Foot Forward column.
The Courier’s walking column showcases the best of the district’s walks, but we need your help to unearth even more.
Whether it’s an old favourite, a hidden gem, or a route with breathtaking views of our stunning landscape, we want to know all about it - and share it with fellow readers.
Please send the details, directions and photographs of your favourite walking routes in Calderdale via email to email@example.com.
This week’s walk is another fantastic route shared by Courier reader and keen walker Sue Mardell, of Savile Park.
The walk explores the Luddenden Dean valley in the footsteps of Whitely Turner, author of ‘A Springtime Saunter’.
Pick up a copy of this week’s Courier for a map and the route in full.
l Boxford Social Club enjoyed a walk (below)in the Luddenden Valley. Led by Judy Gannon, the walk started at Luddenden Village and went to Jerusalem Farm and the surrouning hillsides before returning to The Lord Nelson Inn for a Sunday lunch. Although the weather was drizzly, the group took advantage of the fantastic views.
Here is a handy guide to upcoming organised walks in Calderdale.
l On Tuesday, April 7, CREW (Cardiac Rehabilitation by Exercise and Walking) will explore Scammonden and Goat Hill on a four-and-a-half mile long walk. Meet at 10am at the reservoir car park (EAST) off the A640 and the first right aftert the Jack O’Mitre pub.
CREW is a local cardiac support charity offering exercise classes, educational sessions, a weekly four to five mile walk and social events for people with cardiac or circulatory problems.
Membership is free and open to all. Information can be found at www.crewheartsupport.co.uk or by contacting John on 07599 080666.
l On Sunday, April 12, Calderdale Ramblers will hold a five-mile ‘Three Woods Wander’ walk.
Meet at 1.30pm at Cromwell Bottom car park.
The walk will be led by Norman Barlow who can be contacted on01422 370724 or 07516 409464 for further details.