The Fielden Trail is an arduous walk of 20 miles in the Pennines bordering the historic counties of Yorkshire and Lancashire. It is centered in the historic mill town of Todmorden which has a history of being within one and then the other. At present Todmorden lies within the West Riding of Yorkshire. As for the Fielden Trail, it is named after William Fielden, yeoman farmer who grew up in the area. One of his descendents, 'Honest John' Fielden, was destined to make his name in parliament as a champion of the labouring classes, thus entering the name of Fielden into the annals of the nation's history. The walk itself heads out of Todmorden to the northern upper Calder Valley as far as Cornholme before heading back to the town and continuing south to explore the lower Calder Valley as far as Bottomley. The third and final spur of the walk heads to the moors east of Todmorden and climbing to Stoodley Pike before returning to finish in Todmorden. The walk has links with the Calderdale Way, Pennine Way and Pennine Bridleway.