GORPLEY CLOUGH, TODMORDEN
Interpretation board with landscape and geology information, to guide you on a short walk around Gorpley Clough. Start at the car park on the Todmorden to Bacup road (SD 918 237).
Geology and Heritage Trail over Todmorden Moor. This is a 4km walk, starting on Flower Scar Road at Tower Causeway (SD 909 251). The way-marked route goes high onto the moors and is marked by seven interpretation panels with information about the coal mining and stone quarrying heritage. Care must be taken when walking, as the ground is rough in places and the weather can be hazardous.
BEAUMONT PARK LOCAL GEOLOGY SITE, HUDDERSFIELD
Two geological interpretation boards, one near the Gatehouse and the other next to a rock face in the park. http://www.fobp.co.uk
CASTLE HILL, HUDDERSFIELD
Geological trails leaflet available from Victoria Tower, open at weekends, and from West Yorkshire Geology Trust www.wyorksgeologytrust.org Geological interpretation panel on the summit footpath
FOLLY DOLLY FALLS LOCAL GEOLOGY SITE, MELTHAM
Geological interpretation board on the Meltham Greenway.
FRICKLEY COUNTRY PARK
Landscaped colliery site, with many features of geological interest, including rock samples and footpath to show coal seams seen in the Frickley Colliery Shaft 2. Various limestone boulders can be seen on the Shale Disc, such as Permian shelly limestones from a nearby quarry and Carboniferous Limestone from North Yorkshire. A geological interpretation panel can be found at the top of the hill. http://www.wakefield.gov.uk/CultureAndLeisure/ParksAndOpenSpaces/Frickley/default.htm