Things to do
Run your mouse over the map to discover points of interest.
The Bracken Hall B&B and adjacent Information Centre
An ancient track which origionally crossed the moor en route over Ilkley Moor
The trig point on Baildon Moor (Hope Hill)
Old Glen House and Boni's Tea Rooms
Sam Wilson's Toboggan Slide of 1897
The Roller Coaster in the field beside Bracken Hall
Shipley Glen Tramway
Remains of coal mining on Baildon Moor
Saltaire URC Church
Salts Mill and Information Centre
Down in Trench Wood
Remains of an Iron Age Wall
The second fairground on Prod Lane
There are many bell pits at the end of the glen and on Baildon Moor
World War II wall built by local home guard to prevent enemy landing on moor and access to Saltaire
Tom Hartley's Japanese Gardens
Site of Iron Age Burial.
Site of the targets for the WWII rifle range
Site of WWII gun and searchlight emplacements
Square holes in rocks and short metal brackets were footings for upright wooden beams and anchor points for securing steel ropes.
Until 1904 there was no Lucy Hall Drive or Glen Road other than a footpath
Until 1904 there was no Glen Road