Walks in the area covered by Ordnance Survey Explorer Map OL21 - "South Pennines"
Title Length
Top Withins and the Brontë Bridge from Haworth 8 Moderate
Crimsworth Dean, Lumb Bridge and Hardcastle Crags from Heptonstall 7.5 Moderate
Stoodley Pike from Hebden Bridge 11 Moderate
Hoof Stones Height, Noah Dale and Colden Water 11.5 Moderate
March Haigh Reservoir and Eastergate Bridge from Marsden 5 Easy
Buckstones and Linsgreave Head from Marsden 8.75 Moderate
Standedge Trail from Marsden 11 Moderate
Marsden to Holmfirth, a Peak Dist. Boundary Walk 13 Moderate
Cuckoo Walk & Bacon Butties from Marsden 19.5 Hard
Pendle Hill from Barley Green 5 Moderate
A circuit of Pendle Hill from Barley Green 8.5 Moderate
Farnhill Moor from Kildwick 4.5 Moderate
Blackstone Edge and the Pennine Way without a car 8 Moderate
Blackstone Edge from Hollingworth Lake 9 Moderate
Bride Stones 4.3 Moderate
Hardcastle Crags 5.2 Hard
Lund's Tower and Wainman's Pinnacle 6.9 Moderate
Malham and Gordale 7.2 Moderate
Haworth Moor 6.8 Easy
Stoodley Pike 8.7 Moderate
Keighley Moor Reservoir & the Hitching Stone from Cowling 9.5 Moderate
Cupwith & Shooter's Nab from Marsden 13 Moderate
Pinhaw Beacon from Lothersdale 4 Easy
Lothersdale from Cowling 6 Easy
Haworth Moor and Bronte Bridge 3.5 Easy
A circuit of Ovenden Moor from Oxenhope 8 Moderate
Steeton to Ilkley without a car 7.5 Moderate
Standedge Trail from Marsden 9 Easy
Cross Hills to Skipton via Low Bradley 6.5 Easy
The Marsden to Edale Walk 22 Very hard
Stoodley Pike and Withens Clough Reservoir from Lobb Mill 9 Moderate
Hardcastle Crags and Heptonstall 5.75 Moderate
Below Ashworth Moor and along Cheesden Brook 5.5 Moderate
http://www.gandljdean.co.uk/rambling/pendle.html 5.5 Moderate

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