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All reviews lovely walk stone bridge water flowing proper footwear pretty area circular walk lovely scenery small bridge penistone hill beautiful area walking shoes wuthering heights well worth a visit path muddy trickle picnic
This was my daughter's first proper walk we walked from the Lion down the road and then cut into the amazing country side and up to the top of the more great views on the way to the falls. See pictures.
This is a nice spot along the footpath to top Withens and a good place for a picknick. The waterfalls are small, so do not expect much, but the 2 streams and small bridge are picturesque. And along the walk along the moor you have...More
The waterfalls are really for fans of the Brontë sisters and those who enjoy walking through beautiful countryside. It is 2.5 miles from Haworth where the Brontë grew up and was a place they visited to talk of their literary fantasies, that eventually turned into...More
A beautiful area, lovely walk to the Bronte Falls you won’t be disappointed. Lovely place to sit and listen to the water rushing over the boulders, great place to sit and meditate, read a book enjoy the surroundings of what once was the Brontes playground...More
I wrote a review two years ago saying that I made it to a tree and a wall that overlooked the waterfalls. Only now have I realised that to the right of that tree was a path that led down to the waterfalls! What an...More
As waterfalls go, this doesn't have a wow factor but it is the history behind this lovely little beauty spot that makes it great. It is easy to see how it inspired such a work of beauty and the walk is very pleasant in comfortable...More
Hi, there were families with young children along the route. If you start at the parsonage I suppose it's @5 miles there and back but you can park on the road on the far side of the reservoir and walk the route from there... More
Hi, there were families with young children along the route. If you start at the parsonage I suppose it's @5 miles there and back but you can park on the road on the far side of the reservoir and walk the route from there - this is @3 miles return. (See Haworth Village website - start @2/3 down the Brontë Waterfall route at the image of the signpost on the main road (cannot post URL on here)). It's a good, wide path over moorland, in the main, until you reach the area by the Waterfall. This is where it steps down to base of the Brontë Waterfall and to a pretty little footbridge. This can get slippery, muddy and icy dependent on prior weather conditions. But, we have seen people take prams down and babies carried in a papoose on their parents' back/ front. Enjoy your walk. Nancy x