New Walk Launched!
23 February 2021
We’ve spent our allotted exercise time in lockdown developing a brand new walk.
Mesolithic March Hill takes you to one of the highest points around, with great views back down the Colne Valley.
Archaeologists have found evidence of Mesolithic humans hunting and camping on the summit of March Hill.
Find out more on the walk page (under the download waymarked walk pdf button): https://marsdenwalkersarewelcome.org/the_walks/mesolithic-march-hill
09 May 2020
Marsden History Group has published walking trails...
A glimpse of the Sun in February
23 February 2020
Thanks to all of you who joined today’s Deer Hill walk, we really enjoyed it!
The next walk is Sunday 31 May. And most likely it will be the Swellands walk.
A 6.5 mile hike, where you’ll discover the scenic Wessenden valley, our upland reservoirs and we’ll walk part of the Pennine Way.
Free Walk Leaflets
06 March 2019
You can download our walking routes from this website in a variety of formats, or follow them on your device.
Never rely solely on your device – you may run out of battery, and signal is not guaranteed.
Our lovely walk leaflets are also available free of charge in shops and venues in Marsden and the wider Colne Valley and from Marsden Library.
Me thinks that the moment my legs begin to move my thoughts begin to flow.
Henry David Thoreau