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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
7

An Ingleborough Climb

D104
  • A straightforward climb of a good mountain
  • Some of the best limestone scenery in the area
  • Far reaching views across the Yorkshire Dales

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Miles
11

Discovering the Upper Nidd

D029
  • A glorious open landscape
  • Plenty of wildlife throughout
  • Understand the nature of reservoirs

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Miles
4.5

A round of Malham Tarn

D129
  • Highest lake in England
  • Lovely limestone scenery
  • Walk through the wildlife reserve

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Miles
6

Aye Gill Pike

D147
  • Outstanding 360 degree views
  • Easy climb, steep decent
  • Dent is the best base

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Miles
5

Buckden Pike & Upper Wharfedale

D046
  • The best views of Upper Wharfedale
  • Visit the Polish War Memorial
  • Buck Inn is one of the best pubs in the Dales

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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
9

Lovely Barbondale

D011
  • Connoisseur's choice for a picnic spot
  • Extensive views from the long ridge
  • A peaceful and hidden Dales valley

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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
7

River Ure at Jervaulx Abbey

D091
  • Ruins of a Cistercian abbey
  • Beautiful stretches of riverside
  • Explore the village of Thornton Stewart

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