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This is a Slow Ways route connecting Brighouse and Liversedge.

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Grid Ref SE1453422911
Lat / Lon 53.70245° / -1.78133°
Easting / Northing 414,534E / 422,911N
What3Words blitz.stacks.spots
Grid Ref SE2001723856
Lat / Lon 53.71076° / -1.69822°
Easting / Northing 420,017E / 423,856N
What3Words common.crowd.share

Briliv One's land is

Arable 20.4%
Pasture 26.2%
Urban 53.4%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018


Jane Taylor

23 Mar 2022 Spring

I walked from Brighouse to Liversedge. It’s a very good route, accurately drawn so I couldn’t get lost, and much greener and more rural than I was expecting.
This is a classic ‘up and over’ walk from valley to valley. In this part of the world the valleys are industrial/post industrial, and the tops are farmland, so a lot of diversity. The valley sides can be steep, although this route wasn’t too extreme compared with some!
It was so close to getting 5 stars, but the footpath behind the industrial estate at Liversedge was full of ancient litter, it took the edge off the shine, so a good 4 stars from me.
The highlight for me was discovering the church of St Peter at the top of the walk, an old Norman church with skylarks singing, the industrial valley bottoms centuries away.
I dropped down through farmland and fields, and on arriving at Liversedge I was pleased to find the meeting point is at a memorial to the local Luddite movement, there is some interesting historical interpretation on display boards, well worth reading.

There are some stiles and steep banks, also stepping stones.

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