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Hardcastle Crags, Hebden Bridge
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  • Hard Castle Crags is very scenic. Lovely in all seasons. Lots of friendly walkers and families in the lovely outdoors. Definitely worth a visit! 
  • I was visiting my daughter in Hebden Bridge it was a lovely Autumn morning so along with her 2 children we went for a lovely walk to Hardcastle Crags.We have been many times and we always enjoy it the...  more »
  • This is a lovely place to go at this time of year as the trees are changing colour. There are lots of paths to wander around, the only slight problem can be parking - get there early on nice days as i...  more »
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  • A little bit different to the usual NT experience. There's a bit of a walk to the main house, and then it's more industrial curiosity on offer than sumptuous magnificence. We had a tour guide site us around and explain the renewable energy systems that are in place, which was very interesting. Certainly worth a visit.
  • We visited Hardcastle Crags mid-week. Enchanting and extensive walks through the woods. Well worth a visit.
  • An utterly beautiful stretch of both ancient and managed woodland. Wonderful to visit to matter what the weather. The paths are well maintained, although some along the river rely on the huge boulders by which won't be traversable to those who's have difficulty with mobility or prams etc. Lots of different roots to choose from. Makes part of one of the best walks around here... Hebden -> Heptonstall -> Widdop -> Blakedean -> Hardcastle Craggs -> Hebden (long and teaching but utterly with every second!). Home to a lot of wildlife (including some amazing ants). Some great spots to stop and eat along the way. There's often some art installations asking the way. Last the mill is my personal favorate parts. Gibbson Mill is lovely and very interesting, it dose have a cafe but it's dangerously priced (obviously monopolising on the fact that you've no choice if you want to use one), but the food and drink they seek is good and the setting is excellent and clean. Really well cared for by the National Trust. British countryside at its best! You won't be disappointed!
  • Wonderful walks, never done the same route twice
  • We all love this place and have visited many times, kids & adults all love it, beautiful Yorkshire at its best!