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Meanwood Valley Trail

Meanwood Valley Trail


The Meanwood Valley Trail is a waymarked footpath and annual (March/April) footrace route in Leeds. It runs for a distance of 7 miles (11 km) from the statue of (former Leeds mayor) Henry Rowland Marsden, 1878, on Woodhouse Moor, close to the University of Leeds, through Headingley, Meanwood and Adel to Breary Marsh, Golden Acre Park, where it meets the Leeds Country Way. For most of its route it is the official Leeds link to the Dales Way. Along the way are signs giving information about the local wildlife.

Disabled access

Children welcomeDisabled accessDogs accepted

Open all the time


Free entry



Leeds Visitor Centre

0113 242 5242


Park House, Golden Acre Park,
Otley Road,
LS16 8BQ



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Map reference: SE 267418  Lat: 53.87173 Long: -1.59540

By Car:

Take the A660 to Skipton to Woodhouse Moor (just opposite the main entrance to Leeds University) or carry straight on to Bramhope (about 10 minutes by car) and the entrance to Golden Acre Park is on the left just after the Ramada Hotel

By Public Transport:

The X84 stops outside Woodhouse Moor and Golden Acre Park.

Parking: free

Accessible by Public Transport: 2 miles from Leeds station


  • Disabled accessDisabled access
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Disabled accessDisabled access
  • Dogs acceptedDogs accepted