South Moor Heritage trail is a five mile circular walk around key eight heritage sites of South Moor and Quaking Houses that existed during or soon after the First World War. Each site is marked by an interpretation board detailing the significance and heritage of the site.
Each interpretation board is linked via a QR code to this website providing further information about the history of the site. Rights of way between the eight sites along the trail are marked by ‘way markers’ to keep you on the right path.
Each interpretation board can be viewed in full from links on this page and may also be downloaded in pdf format.