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Edited: 15th November 2018

Riddlesden Field dog walk, West Yorkshire

Description

A walk through agricultural fields, along a footpath with traditional stone stiles. The walk is separated from the road by gates and a track so it is very safe off lead. Plenty of space to chase a ball, sniff, play in the stream or just charge about!

Details

Parking is on the road in Barley Cote Road or any of the surrounding residential areas.Be aware there may be cows grazing along the route.

Walk

On Barley Cote Road turn up a small path running along the front of some old farm cottages which are perpendicular to the road. It doensn't look like a footpath, but trust the signs, it really is! 

At the end of the path go up the steep stone steps and follow the path along the backs of some gardens.

Keep going along this path, through a stone stile and a wicket gate, until you reach open farmland.

The footpath continues for a long way, we often just play in the first 2 fields, going through the tunnel on the stream or chasing a ball but you can continue walking if you prefer by turning left at the end of the second field, through another stile then following the footpath as it tracks right along the boundary wall and further.

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Edited: 15th November 2018. The details of this listing may have changed, and though the Driving with Dogs team do our best to confirm the accuracy of every listing, we cannot guarantee that the details are fully up to date and accurate. If you know that any aspect of this listing is incorrect, please suggest an edit to let us know.