East MortonBingley

Easbin one
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This is a Slow Ways route connecting East Morton and Bingley.

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Is this route good enough? -  Yes (2) Maybe (1)

Problems reported -  Access (1)

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East Morton
Grid Ref SE0987441919
Lat / Lon 53.87340° / -1.85131°
Easting / Northing 409,874E / 441,919N
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Grid Ref SE1078439164
Lat / Lon 53.84862° / -1.83757°
Easting / Northing 410,784E / 439,164N
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Easbin One's land is

Green urban 9.3%
Pasture 27.4%
Urban 63.3%

Data: Corine Land Cover (CLC) 2018



30 Sep 2023 Autumn

I walk almost this exact route often. It's a nice walk. As noted in another review, you can improve the route by cutting onto the canal from the bridge by the station. I prefer to follow Morton Beck than the footpath running nearly parallel to this, but either one works.

Sarah Njeri

13 Nov 2022 Autumn

A more scenic route is to follow the route from Bingley and joining the Canal towpath, on the gap on gasoline ally, off park road rather than going through park road. Walk along the canal towpath all the way to Morton Lane and across the canal swing bridge, almost immediately after crossing the canal look out for the narrow gap in the stone wall on your right - if you blink you miss it! Go through the gap and down the steps onto the narrow fenced footpath level at first before starting a climb up a long flight of steps, eventually going over a stile into a field. Now follow the obvious grass path straight ahead walking steadily uphill past the two stone stoops before a final short climb to a stile and gate at the top of the hill. The footpath from here follows the wall on your left, straight ahead across the field to a second gate and stile which will lead you out onto a surfaced road. Follow this road for a short distance until you reach the grass covered triangular traffic island, here turn left onto Dimples Lane to follow the road to its junction with the main road opposite the Busfeild Arms public house in the centre of East Morton.

The views across the field are amazing... Unfortunately I didn't track the route but will do that next time and up.


26 Oct 2022 Autumn

Route across fields from East Morton down to the canal. The remainder of the route is on rubble fill tow path or foot way back to the streets of Bingley. A very pleasant route that I have given 4 stars only because of stiles and steps on the route.

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