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11.5

Askrigg, Aysgarth & Herriot Country

D139
  • Famous sites of Wensleydale
  • Pretty riverside walking
  • Views over the famous dale

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Miles
4.5

Lovely Littondale

D047
  • Quiet and peaceful riverside stroll
  • Links two quaint Dales villages
  • Traditional woodland on the fellsides

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Miles
10

Wilson Run at Sedbergh

D143
  • A once a year 10 mile walk
  • Seen as a classic fell race
  • Skirts Howglls & Baugh Fell

Howgills from near Rawthey Bridge

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Miles
9

Ingleborough and Gaping Gill

D014
  • The finest route up Ingleborough
  • Explore Gaping Gill and Trow Gill
  • Relaxed descent with good views

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Miles
5

Long Preston Deeps

D077
  • Walk through a Wetlands project
  • Grounds of Wigglesworth Hall
  • Spot roe deer early and late

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Miles
10

Baugh Fell

D097
  • A long day on a vast hill
  • Great views over the Howgills and Southern Lakes
  • Ancient workings on the summit

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Miles
6

In Sight of Simon’s Seat

D007
  • Lovely stretch of River Wharfe
  • Beautiful valley walk
  • Open views on high moorland

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Miles
8

A Circuit of Stock’s Reservoir

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  • Great variety of birds, flora and scenery
  • History of the dam building
  • Good and well signposted paths

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Miles
11

Middleham to Masham via Jervaulx Abbey

D123
  • Bus from Masham to Middleham
  • Clings to the pretty River Ure
  • Castles, abbeys and country houses

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Miles
3

Waterfalls above Askrigg

D100
  • Riverside walk with waterfalls
  • Great views down Wensleydale
  • Village where James Herriott filmed

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