Haworth Moor

"I wish I were out of doors!

I wish I were a girl again, half savage and hardy, and free… I’m sure I should be myself were I once among the heather on those hills."

Cathy, Wuthering Heights

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Haworth Moor

Haworth Moor is arguably one of the jewels in the Yorkshire crown of beautiful places to visit.

At the height of Summer, this rugged, barren landscape of Haworth Moor wakens to a stunning bed of purple heather which swiftly vanishes again as fast as it came. At other times, it's personality is largely driven by the season and the weather of the day. So when visiting, please prepare for all eventualities so you don't get caught out.

Haworth Moor has numerous popular visitor locations within easy reach for most people, with the most popular being the gentle stroll to Bronte Waterfall.

Others, including Bronte enthusiasts, make their way to Top Withens, the bleak setting and ruined farmhouse of Wuthering Heights. Only when you're there can you really appreciate the Haworth Moor mood and character, so prominent in the novel.

Others venture off the beaten track to crawl through the Fairy Cave at Ponden Kirk or tranquility at Alcomden Stones.

A Mindfulness Meditation On Haworth Moor

The magic of Haworth Moor is felt in different ways by different people, depending on your personal preferences.

This mindfulness meditation is for those who wish to sit quietly, take stock and appreciate place. It's perfect too for those feeling run down or currently under stress. Wherever you are, whatever your circumstance, we hope you can feel the presence of and able to connect with the moor while listening. Enjoy!

This meditation was kindly created by Jodi Anne Law, healing & wellness practitioner.

Trail running on Haworth Moors
Trail towards Top Withens
Stepping stones across the beck on Haworth Moor