Download walks in Yorkshire
In our opinion, Farnley Estates and the neighbouring areas are home to some of the most stunning countryside in Yorkshire.
To give more people the chance to experience this area for themselves, we've created a series of circular walks. The walks can be shortened or lengthened depending on the challenge you're looking for, but the walking maps all take in the beautiful countryside that's on our doorstep.
Free walking maps
The Farnley Full Monty
The Farnley Full Monty takes you on a leisurely stroll around the top of Farnley Estaes. If you're feeling energetic, you can always take on the Castle Hill Challenge, or if you're short on time, then the Farnley Half Monty walk might suit you better.
Farnley Estates The Tour Walk
Designed especially to take visitors from Farnley Tyas Village to nearby Honley Village and the Tour de France route, The Tour Walk is a pleasant circular stroll through woodland and open grassland. Take advantage of the viewpoint at location 3 - the perfect camera opportunity!
More walks in Yorkshire
If you're interested in exploring the wider area on foot, you'll discover a variety of walks around Yorkshire on the Kirkburton Parish Walks website.
Health and safety
Walkers are advised to wear suitable clothing and footwear as paths can become muddy and slippy during wet weather conditions. Some parts of the routes are steep and may be unsuitable for individuals with limited mobility.
For safety reasons, at certain times of the year permissive paths will be closed for farming purposes or to protect nesting wildlife.
Find out more about our permissive paths and any associated closures - permissive path information.
Please be a responsible walker
Many diseases and harmful weeds that can have a devastating effect on the Estate's flora and fauna, including foot and mouth, ash dieback, and Himalayan Balsam, can unwittingly be carried onto the land by vehicles, people, horses and pets.
Please help to protect our countryside by cleaning walking boots and vehicles, grooming your animals before you arrive, and staying on the designated paths.
For more information about responsible walking please see our biosecurity page.
Thank you for your help and cooperation.