National Trust Accessible Walks

The National Trust is currently highlighting a range of accessible walks at its properties on its website. Although many of them are not near Calderdale, they might be in areas you visit for holidays or to see family and friends.

One relatively local accessible Walking trail is at Nostell Priory (Nostell Priory and Parkland, Doncaster Road, Wakefield, WF4 1QE). This 1.4 mile (2.2km) trail is described below:

Nostell’s Menagerie House and Garden were created by Robert Adam in 1743 to house exotic species including monkeys, colourful birds and even lions. The animals are no longer here but there’s still plenty to see, from the Swiss bridge arching over the lake, to the Gothic archway, which is now home to roosting bats. This route uses all-weather paths which are suitable for wheels, offering a fully accessible route for bikes, wheelchairs and buggies.

Full details on the National Trust website

More accessible walks from the National Trust