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Miles
6.5

Fells above Slaidburn

D039
  • Contrast farm, moor and riverside
  • The moor offers a great view of the area
  • Wildlife are a constant companion

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Miles
4

Lands around Kirkby Malzeard

D108
  • A pretty unspoilt Yorkshire village
  • Plenty of history with a market 800 years old
  • Excellent bridleway past Braithwaite Hall

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Miles
2.5

The Lands of Castle Bolton

D044
  • A beautifully preserved castle
  • Excellent views of Wensleydale
  • Visit the village of Redmire

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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
8

Killing Grounds of the Wild Boar

D027
  • A worthy mountain walk
  • Great views to the west and the sea
  • Add in Hell Gill on the return

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Miles
2.5

How Stean Gorge

D067
  • First class limestone gorge (at a charge)
  • Join the Nidderdale Way
  • Good views down the valley

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Miles
7.5

Rogan’s Seat from Keld

D148
  • Airy Moorland walk
  • Based from pretty Keld
  • Pass through Lead Industry

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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
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

Malham Tarn to Littondale

D116
  • Easy walking through the limestone
  • Visit the lovely valley of Littondale
  • Far reaching views over the southern Dales

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