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Miles
5.5

Witches of Pendle…Hill

D036
  • Hill of historical significance
  • Far reaching views
  • A good scramble up the dry gills

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Miles
4

Brimham Rocks

D050
  • A unique rock formation
  • Far reaching views
  • Well managed site by the NT

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Miles
6

Railway Children Walk

D141
  • Explore the set of the Railway Children
  • Cobbled streets of Haworth
  • Views over the Worth Valley

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Miles
8

Fewston & Swinsty Reservoirs

D130
  • Easy walking round 2 reservoirs
  • Plenty of birdlife, fish and woodland
  • Close to Harrogate

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Miles
11.5

Low level walking in Upper Wharfedale

D105
  • A fine section of riverside walking
  • Visit 5 typical Yorkshire Dales villages
  • Enjoy the waterfalls at Cray

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Miles
7.5

Pen y Ghent from Horton

D012
  • Classic & best route up this popular fell
  • Full of interest throughout the climb
  • Extend to the broad ridge of Plover Hill

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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

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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
5

Bentham Heritage Walk

D114
  • Heritage Walk with information boards
  • Great views over Ingleborough
  • Some attractive riverside walking

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Miles
6

Mining on Great Pinseat

D055
  • Swaledale's historical landscape
  • Old lead mines and buildings
  • An airy walk over the summit

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