Mountain Biking in Mankinholes
There is a whole network of paths and tracks that are suitable for mountain biking. Don't miss the "Mary Townley Loop" of the Pennine Bridleway - fantastic downhill speed and off-road routes to tear down.
Other things to do nearby
A lovely fair selling all kinds of 1940s collectables, uniforms, clothing and reproduction fashions, Haworth 40s Weekend takes place in May.
This magnificent engine in a working cotton mill, steams on most Sundays during the summer.
One of Lancashire’s favourite sons, LS Lowry’s work is on permanent display at The Lowry, a state-of-the-art gallery and theatre complex in Salford Quays.
One of Manchester’s standout buildings, The John Rylands Library is, well, not particularly library-like.
Manchester’s vast and varied history is celebrated across a number of excellent museums which span the city.
A hotbed of sporting activity, Manchester is proud to boast three magnificent sporting venues.
The Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway (E&BASR) is a heritage railway in North Yorkshire.
Walk from the parsonage, past Bronte Falls and continue to the now ruined Top Withens - inspiration for Wuthering Heights. Visit the website
Visit the home of Manchester United and see the stadium through the eyes of the legends themselves.
The former home of a textile magnate, some rooms furnished in Victorian splendour, with displays of birds, animals and fossils.
Stride out on foot to discover this beautiful, vibrant city.
Salford Water Sports Centre is a state of the art facility. Learn how to sail, canoe, windsurf, kayak, and drive a power boat in a safe and secure environment.
There's a range of walks for all ages and abilities. From a gentle walk along the canal to Hebden Bridge or a serious hike along the Pennine Way.
A range of water sports and activities are available at the Hollingworth Lake Water Activity Centre, including sailing, windsurfing, kayaking and canoeing, all with tuition and courses available.
Experience the steam and the deafening sounds of real working looms at Lancashire’s last 19th century steam powered mill.
Built as a village for textile workers, the old mill has been transformed into an art gallery housing David Hockney artwork.