Pudsey Clough is at the furthest western edge of Calderdale.
If anyone is daunted by the distance and would like a lift, there will be pick-up points outside the Central Library in Halifax, and Russel Dean’s Car Park in Mytholmroyd.
Ring me on 01422 348222 or mobile 0771 500 5379 to arrange lifts.
We will be walking only about 3 miles exploring the deep cloughs always on paths, some slighty wet and slippy, and some steep.
There will be opportunities to foray for fungi, view the unusual goeology in the form of steep cliffs and dramatic rock outcrops, and see the woods of native trees, where I have seen Spotted Flycatcher nesting. There may be wintering as well as native birds about. Part of the way takes us out on to the open tops, as far as Burnley Old Road (Long Causeway) and back down to Cornholme.
Bring a packed lunch and something damp-proof to sit on. Meet on the Burnley Rd. at 10.30 for a 10.45 start.