Firefighters are continuing to tackle another moorland fire this time near Marsden.
The blaze which took hold last night (Sunday April 20) at Easter Gate is believed to have been started by a BBQ.
Crews from West Yorkshire and Greater Manchester battled the flames through the night. A helicopter is being used to drop water on the fire.
The A640 Denshaw to Huddersfield road is closed in both directions.
Posting on Facebook, the National Trust, which own the land said: "This is very sad news given how dry the moorland vegetation is."
It is the sixth fire this year on the moor and the biggest.
Meanwhile firefighters are still damping down at Ilkley Moor which has been devastated by a huge fire.
At the height of the blaze 100 were called in to help put out the flames, with residents and businesses fearing for their properties.
West Yorkshire Firefighters said the biggest concern today (Monday April 21, 2019) is the flare up of further fires due to small pockets of fire still at the scene.
- Martin Langan West Yorkshire Fire & Rescue Service