CROWS  volunteers work to maintain, improve and repair footpaths and bridleways in the Upper Calder and Ryburn valleys.
Look at our Blog for photos and information about what we have been doing.

To report a problem with a path:

To help with our funds
We have no regular funding, so please help us carry on with our work by texting CROW42 £2/£3/£5 to 70070 (no extra cost to you) or have a look at the page Help us with our work.

Since CROWS started in October 2013…….
The length of existing routes repaired so far is 328 km
The length of new routes created so far is 2.1 km
The number of way-marks put up so far is 1326
The number of steps installed or repaired is 362

From a muddy slippery slope to an easy to use path. On the Kieghley Road, above Hebden Bridge. A crowd funded project.