While seeing a sunset might be nice no matter where you are, finding a nice hill with a great view will most likely enhance the experience greatly.
With nearby dales and hills, Leeds has many locations to choose from if you’re eager to watch the sun set over the city.
1. Otley Chevin
Among the most popular locations to watch a sunset in Leeds is Otley Chevin. High viewpoints offer clear views of the sky. Photo: James Hardisty
2. Yeadon Banks
Reader Nicky Karczewski Tinsley said: “We watched the sunset on Yeadon banks last night. Was beautiful!"
3. Post Hill
Nestled between Pudsey and Farnley, the Post Hill, which got its name from the Yorkshire Evening Post, offer some great views of the sunset. Photo: Tony Johnson
4. The Royalty, Otley
Several readers said they enjoyed watching the sunset from the comforts of The Royalty, located on the Otley Chevin. Photo: Google
5. Rawdon Billing
Reader James Hodgson called the view from Rawdon Billing "stunning". Photo: Gerard Binks
6. Almscliffe Crag
Almscliffe Crag, a large outcrop of Millstone Grit which stands above the Lower Wharfe Valley north of Leeds, is a popular spot with the YEP readers.