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Miles
7

Historic Villages near Settle

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  • 3 of the most attractive Dales villages
  • Traditional limestone scenery and scars
  • Historical industrial lime kilns

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Miles
7.5

History in Gunnerside Gill

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  • An industrial history lesson
  • Regenerated woodland
  • Gunnerside is a fine village

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Miles
11

Discovering the Upper Nidd

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  • A glorious open landscape
  • Plenty of wildlife throughout
  • Understand the nature of reservoirs

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Miles
9

Discover Wuthering Heights

D140
  • Explore the Bronte Moors
  • Visit Top Withins (Wuthering Heights?)
  • Start at Haworth and the Bronte Museum

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Miles
7.5

Bordley under Malham Moor

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  • A quiet walk through limestone scenery
  • Attractive moorland section
  • Rarely visited hamlet at Bordley

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Miles
11.5

Askrigg, Aysgarth & Herriot Country

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

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Miles
5

The Gallops of Middleham

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  • High and airy panorama over Wensleydale
  • Visit the ruins of Coverham Abbey
  • Middleham is a Dales favourite village

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Miles
4

Brimham Rocks

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  • A unique rock formation
  • Far reaching views
  • Well managed site by the NT

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Miles
4

Limestone walking above Feizor

D094
  • Lovely limestone walking
  • An attractive hamlet at Feizor
  • Good view over to Pen y Ghent

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Miles
9.5

Yockenthwaite Moor

D153
  • A vast peat hagged moor
  • Lying between Wharfedale & Wensleydale
  • Good views of the 3 Peaks (allegedly!)
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