Calderdale Council owns a number of allotment gardens across the borough. These can be used to grow soft fruit, vegetables and herbs.
Find out where to ride, from the mountain bike epic 48 mile Mary Townley Loop to the recently resurfaced canal towpath, we will show you the best riding in Calderdale and the facilities available.
Information on fishing licensing and rights of access to fish from Council land.
A comprehensive programme of guided walks organised by Calderdale Council's Countryside Service.
Local Nature Reserves (LNRs) are for both people and wildlife. They are places with wildlife or geological features that are of special interest locally.
A brief introduction to the outdoor gyms around Calderdale, including the locations and types of equipment.
Spread throughout Calderdale, numerous parks and open spaces are just waiting to be discovered.
Calderdale has a rich heritage of well-marked and maintained paths to explore. Of extra benefit are the long-distance routes which pass through the area.
In Calderdale there are 120 play areas, many of which have been refurbished with funding from the national Playbuilder scheme.
Sports pitches are available for hire either for a "one off" activity or for a season.
A series of self-guided walks starting from Calderdale Libraries and looking at the flora and fauna of the area.
Calderdale Council helps to protect trees and woodland through the use of tree preservation orders (TPOs). Find out more here.