The Valley of the Gill Beck: ‘the valley with no name’ between Baildon and Hawksworth is a mosaic of natural habitats. Tributaries of the beck arise on the flanks of Baildon and Hawksworth Moors, run through farmland and into the wooded valley leading to the floodplain of the Aire. In contrast to much of the surrounding countryside, the valley has been spared intensive farming, commercial forestry or burning for grouse shooting. There are many old trees, wild corners and historical features to find.