Self catering accommodation for groups in the beautiful South Pennines

A breath of fresh air

Height Gate is ideally located for groups wanting to explore the South Pennines. The Stoodley Pike obelisk is a short walk from the centre.

A network of footpaths, including some paved 'causey paths' (old packhorse routes), criss-cross the hillside. There are also delightful wooded cloughs to explore, and in the Calder Valley itself the picturesque Rochdale Canal can be followed both to Todmorden and Hebden Bridge. The Bronte village of Haworth is a day's hike away.

Curlews nest in the fields near Height Gate in the spring, and peregrine falcons also breed in the area.

Welcome to Height Gate

Height Gate is a seventeenth century farmhouse high above the Calder Valley between Todmorden and Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire.

The centre is very suitable for groups up to thirty two, with upkeep from volunteers and a Management Committee and a small staff team

The Centre is owned by the Woodcraft Folk this unstaffed property relies on its users, volunteers and a small staff team to keep it clean and running smoothly.

The Woodcraft Folk is a national organisation for young people.
Woodcraft Folk