Welcome to our Developing the Natural Aire Walks. These walks have been written to help you to explore the nature and history of your river.

You can follow them on-screen (use the scroll bar to the right of the text) or download it to view on your phone or for printing.

We hope that you enjoy this walk and come back for more.

Canal boats and crayfish claws at Kildwick

A 5km easy stroll through spectacular scenery along the river and the Leeds/Liverpool Canal.
Start and finish at The White Lion pub (got to be good), past the site where there has been a church for over 1000 years (no typo!), along the magnificent canal built by hand in 1773. Look out for alien invaders and the return of otters before crossing one of the oldest bridges on the river, built in the early 14th century (although it replaced an even earlier one).

Accessibility – mostly unmade paths with a number of slopes and a couple of stiles. Bikes are not allowed on riverside paths. Unsuitable for wheelchairs, etc

We hope you enjoyed your walk, we have many others available to download.

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