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Walk to Top Withens, Bronte Country - Wuthering Heights?

This walk starts from Bronte Waterfall. It is about 1¼ miles from the Bronte Waterfall to Top Withens.

Ordnance map here

Cross over the Bronte bridge. Top Withens is signposted 1¼ miles from the Bronte Waterfall.


Continue up the steep path.

The path is uneven in places.

Near to the top of the hill the walk has a number of stone steps. At the style Top Withens is signposted 1 mile.

At the top of the hill you can just make out Top Withens.





Further on, picture right, you can see Top Withens on the hill in the distance. Click on picture for detail


Go through the stile, this brings you to a field with sheep. Follow the path, at the other end is a step stile.

The walk descends, continue downhill You can see Top Withens on hill left of picture.

Take a 360º tour at this point here... Sign indicates you are 3 miles from Haworth.



Carry on down crossing a stream.

The walk is a steady rise. As you get near to Top Withens, the walk is on stone flags.





Sign 200yds to Top Withens. Take a 360º tour here...

Ahead is Top Withens.


Pictures and information about Top Withens here...


Walk from Tourist Information Centre to Haworth Steam Preserved Railway Station

Railway Children Walk part 1

Railway Children Walk part 2

Haworth to Bronte Waterfall

Walk from Bronte Waterfall to Top Withens

Ponden Reservoir, Ponden Kirk, Ponden Clough

Walk to Wycoller from the Country Park car park

Walk from Scarborough Tourist Information Centre to Anne Brontes grave
The Great Northern Railway Trail
Walk/Cycle from Haworth to Hebden Bridge

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