The Chevin is a great place for visitors to do lots of different activities and is open all year round with 5 free car parks.
Please be aware that The Chevin is a working estate so you may see vehicles including timber-extraction lorries using some of the tracks.
The Chevin is well served by path networks. Some of these paths are called Definitive Rights of Way (Public Bridleways and Public Footpaths) because they appear on a Definitive Map for Leeds, which is kept up-to-date by the Countryside & Access Team. Leeds City Council has a statutory duty to ensure these Definitive Public Bridleways and Public Footpaths remain in good condition.
In addition to the Definitive Public Bridleways and Public Footpaths there are many other bridleways and paths.
See below for Information about specific activities