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I am fortunate to have two sets of friends in the Ilkley area and have been visiting them regularly. Both families have fantastic views of Ilkley Moor from their respective houses. I have often walked on Ilkley Moor.
On my last visit we went to...More
I personally prefer the Northern edge of Ilkley moor especially Cow and Calf to Addingham High Moor with its panoramic views.
Also it is well worth seeking out the many fascinating prehistoric cup and ring marked rocks.
We regularly walk up onto the moor from Burley in Wharfedale.You get great views on a good days along Wharfedale valley and further when you are on top across to North York moors,Airedale and Lancashire.Walk along to Cow and Calf rocks near Ilkley where there...More
I took the 62 bus from Keighley to llkley which took about 40 mins buying a Kday ticket for £4.20 which gives you unlimited travel throughout the Keighley area on any bus. This drops you at Ilkley bus station and you walk back to the...More
I loved climbing the Moor. I almost wish I had left more time to do it, and you could explore more of the pathways and stop at the little cafe, then at the pub as well.
So stunning and such a cool way to see...More
Came here with a friend after we. When to Ingleton waterfall trail and as it was getting late, we decided to take some photos of the sunset.
There is always something new to find on ilkley moor, and each hike a new experience.
Never been to Ilkley before. Stayed at a hotel on Cow Pasture Road. Had to stop & walk on the Moors before heading home. Yes it was cold, v windy, bracing but had to be done. Stopped for hot drinks at the little cafe nr...More