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Miles
9

Ingleborough and Gaping Gill

D014
  • The finest route up Ingleborough
  • Explore Gaping Gill and Trow Gill
  • Relaxed descent with good views

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Miles
11

The Northern Howgills

D096
  • Peace and solitude during the walk
  • Explore pretty Ravenstonedale
  • Far reaching views in all directions

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Miles
7.5

Bordley under Malham Moor

D095
  • A quiet walk through limestone scenery
  • Attractive moorland section
  • Rarely visited hamlet at Bordley

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Miles
6

Aye Gill Pike

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

Aye Gill Pike summit and Howgills

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Miles
7.5

Whernside from Ribblehead

D010
  • Highest mountain in Yorkshire
  • Beautiful Ribblehead viaduct
  • Good tracks throughout

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Miles
4.5

Waterfalls of Ingleton

D026
  • Most spectacular waterfalls in England
  • Excellent network of paths
  • Sheltered deciduous woodland

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Miles
10

Baugh Fell

D097
  • A long day on a vast hill
  • Great views over the Howgills and Southern Lakes
  • Ancient workings on the summit

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Miles
9

Limestone pavements above Littondale

D117
  • Impressive limestone walking
  • Views across the southern Dales
  • Start & finish in Littondale

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Miles
7

Farleton Fell & Hutton Roof

D112
  • A fell of Special Scientific Significance
  • Excellent limestone walking
  • Views over the Lakes & Dales

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Miles
3

Waterfalls above Askrigg

D100
  • Riverside walk with waterfalls
  • Great views down Wensleydale
  • Village where James Herriott filmed

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