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Miles
5

Longridge Fell

D040
  • A forested hill of merit
  • Good views over the Forest of Bowland
  • Choice of paths & tracks

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Miles
3

Slaidburn – Croasdale Brook

D062
  • Pretty village of Slaidburn
  • Walk through some pretty woodland
  • Good views of the Slaidburn fells

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Miles
18

Wharfedale 3 Peaks

D145
  • An alternative 3 peaks challenge
  • Centred around pretty Kettlewell
  • Rough going in places and some route finding challenges

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Miles
5.5

Lower Nidd at Dacre Banks

D134
  • A tranquil section of Nidderdale
  • Good views over the valley
  • Pleasant riverside walking

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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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Miles
4

Visit to Hardraw Force

D016
  • 100 foot single span waterfall
  • Pleasant riverside walk
  • Start from busy Hawes

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Miles
10.5

High Moors over Masham

D109
  • High level walking over grouse moors
  • Views over Nidderdale and the Vale of York
  • Easy walking on good tracks

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Miles
4.5

Addleborough

D082
  • A distinctive hill in Wensleydale
  • Summit area is full of interest
  • Thornton Rust is an attractive hamlet

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Miles
2

Exploring Kirkby Lonsdale

D128
  • Short walk everyone can enjoy
  • Riverside walking along the Lune
  • Explore history in Kirkby Lonsdale

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Miles
8

Hackfall Woods from Masham

D080
  • Ancient woodland now restored
  • Attractive stretch of the River Ure
  • Grewelthorpe and Masham explored

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