Adehar one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Adel and Harewood.

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Grid Ref SE2697239864
Lat / Lon 53.85433° / -1.59145°
Easting / Northing 426,972E / 439,864N
What3Words rare.cities.prompting
Grid Ref SE3215345147
Lat / Lon 53.90151° / -1.51214°
Easting / Northing 432,153E / 445,147N
What3Words rebirth.glassware.darker

Adehar One's land is

Arable 19.5%
Green urban 2.4%
Pasture 40.0%
Urban 18.4%
Woods 19.8%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018



31 Jan 2023 Winter

This was a lovely walk through woods, farmland and a country estate. There were a few points of interest such as a very pretty church, Eccup reservoir and the Emmerdale filming village. It was mostly easy walking, with only one short stretch of country road with no footpath which was quite steep and looked like it could be quite slippy in icy weather. It was quite muddy in places, but nothing that couldn't be navigated. There were also a couple of styles and sheep lambing, with signs asking for dogs to be kept on a lead. We recommend the Muddy Boots Cafe at the end.

Alice alice

05 Mar 2022 Winter

Mostly off-road with only a couple of quiet road sections, and one road crossing on a fast road (King Lane). Lots of fields, hedgerows and a few stiles to climb over. Muddy in wet weather but great fun stomping in puddles. A nice way to enter the Harewood Estate.

Dave Richards

26 Nov 2021 Autumn

This is a lovely route through woods, open farmland with views of Eccup reservoir and then through country house parkland. There is a cafe at Harewood - the 'Muddy Boots' in the village community hall. You can watch the many Red Kites in this area. There is one danger point where early in the route the path crosses King Lane on a corner by a large White House. This is a very busy road which people use to cut through from the Leeds ring road to the Wharfedale towns. Care is needed when crossing this road. That is the only reason I have rated it 4* not 5*. The route is not suitable for people using mobility aids as it has several stiles and the paths can be quite rutted or muddy in wet weather.

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