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Mytholmroyd, known to locals as ‘Royd’, is a conservation area with more than twenty one listed buildings in the village. It is the birth place of poet Ted Hughes. It’s also one of the last places in the UK to make and sell genuine clogs. Take a leisurely walk along the beautiful canal towpath which leads you to Sowerby Bridge to the east or Hebden Bridge, Todmorden and Walsden to the west.

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Station address:
Mytholmroyd station, New Road, Mytholmroyd, West Yorkshire, HX7 5DZ

Churn Milk Joan
Cranley’s Seat
Jerusalem Farm Nature Reserve
Mytholmroyd to Sowerby Bridge station walk

Whether you visit the Calder Valley to explore some of the most beautiful countryside or to discover our fabulous attractions you can guarantee that you are never far away from somewhere to relax whether that’s grabbing a coffee, eating lunch or sitting on a bench having a picnic.