A circular walk passing by Red Hall and Wrenthorpe Park.
Calculated time is computed with the distance, the height difference, and an average speed of 2.2 mph. For an intermediate walker, this time includes small breaks.
(D/A) The walk begins at Newton Bar Depot on Bradford Road. From the entrance to the depot, turn left and walk along Bradford Road and merge onto Leeds Road keeping left and walk to the roundabout.
(1) Bear left along the dual carriageway until you reach the Red Hall Lane Bridle Path.
(2) Turn left and walk the full length of the lane until you reach the main Bradford Road (you should see the Bay Horse Pub/Restaurant opposite (now known as the Royal Spice). Cross over the main road and walk down Wrenthorpe Road, under the railway bridge and continue along the road until you reach Wrenthorpe Park on your left
(3) Turn into Wrenthorpe Park and walk through the car park in front of the pavilion and continue on the path. Take the first left and walk up the hill to the railway embankment. Walk under the railway bridge and along Fox Lane to the main road. Cross over the road, turn right and walk on the pavement back to Newton Bar Depot. (D/A)
D/A : km 0 - alt. 59m - Newton Bar Depot
1 : km 0.58 - alt. 66m - Roundabout
2 : km 1 - alt. 69m - Red Hall Lane Bridle Path
3 : km 2 - alt. 49m - Wrenthorpe Park
D/A : km 2.98 - alt. 59m - Newton Bar Depot
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