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Tranquil ancient woodlands, set against meadows and gritstone crags, bursting with colourful flora and fauna.
A rare moorland conservation area that has a big bird population; lots of walking trails and breathtaking views across the dales
Kirkstall Abbey is a well preserved Cistercian monastery with a public park nestled alongside the River Aire.
Nestled in the picturesque Meanwood Valley, a great escape from the hustle and bustle of the city.
A luscious green space for the whole family to enjoy, located in the heart of South Leeds.
Largest remaining ancient woodlands in West Yorkshire. Stretch your legs and delve into the past with the world’s oldest railway.
Also known as Sykes Woods. A dense and shady woodland running alongside Pudsey Beck. Great place for a dog walk.
An inner city sport and recreational green space with a picture postcard view over Leeds city.
Criss-cross paths, impressive woodlands, and spectacular views. The Chevin is a favourite with dog walkers, hikers and lovers of the great outdoors.
Potternewton Park is a popular park in Chapeltown, Leeds. Home to the longest running West Indian carnival in Europe!