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Miles
5

Prettiest village in the Dales?

L090
  • Enjoy the village of West Burton
  • Pleasant views throughout the walk
  • Include the Cauldron Falls

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Miles
7.5

The Lanes Above Long Preston

D031
  • Contrasting views across the walk
  • Explore a genuine conservation initiative
  • Lovely riverside stroll to start the walk

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Miles
8.5

Fountain’s Fell

D137
  • Fountains & Darnbrook Fell
  • Interesting summit area
  • Good access on Pennine Way

Fountains Fell, Views from summit

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Miles
4

Yarlside

D149
  • Graceful Howgills peak
  • Views of Cautley Spout
  • Short walk with steep slopes

Yarlside Mist half way

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Miles
14.5

Heart of 3 Peaks Country

D089
  • Passes the watershed of 3 major Dales
  • Good views of  all the 3 peaks
  • Pleasant contrasting scenery

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Miles
5

Discover Skipton Moor

D052
  • Typical Dales moorland scenery
  • Easy access from Skipton
  • Commanding views across the Aire valley

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Miles
6

Keighley Moor

D144
  • Sheep country, both farm and moor
  • A pleasant and quiet reservoir
  • Views in all directions

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Miles
6.5

Sharp Haw & Flasby Hall

D009
  • Open moorland to forestry
  • Long reaching views over the Ribble Valley
  • Easy access from Skipton

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Miles
4

Airton & Kirkby Malham

D025
  • Lovely section of the Pennine Way
  • 2 unspoilt Dales villages
  • Avoid the crowds at Malham

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Miles
11.5

Keld to Reeth via the high moors

D125
  • Bus from Reeth to Keld
  • Remains of old lead mines and workings
  • High moorland walking

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