- Bronte Waterfall
- Bronte Bridge and stone chair
- Heather moorland
Known by the Bronte children as ‘The Meeting of the Waters’, this was one of their favourite spots. Here they were hidden from view and could sit on their ‘stone chair’, play in the stream and weave their fantasies…
A scenic walk to the Bronte Waterfall with picturesque views of the hills and moors around, especially in August when the purple heather is in flower.
Takes about 3 hours and is along a rough, but well-used, moorland track.
Note: The Bronte Waterfall is also visited on the popular Top Withens walk.
Dates for this walk
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