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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

J above Kettlewell

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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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Miles
5.5

Witches of Pendle…Hill

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

upper-ogden-reservoir

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Miles
7.5

Countryside of Pateley Bridge

D060
  • Varied and interesting scenery
  • Pleasant riverside stroll
  • Pretty village of Wath

old-mine-workings

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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

Howgills from near Rawthey Bridge

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Miles
10

Birks Fell, Upper Wharfedale

D135
  • Rarely visited Marilyn near Kettlewell
  • Good views across central Dales
  • Part of a new 3 Peaks?

near-the-highest-point

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Miles
8

Simon’s Seat via the Valley of Desolation

D023
  • A conservation success
  • A double peak with long reaching views
  • Heather clad moorland

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Miles
6

Exploring Arkengarthdale

D069
  • Very pretty Swaledale valley
  • Walk the banks of the River Arkle
  • Picturesque village of Langthwaite

whaw-bridge

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Miles
6

Keighley Moor

D144
  • Sheep country, both farm and moor
  • A pleasant and quiet reservoir
  • Views in all directions

fallen sign at reservoir

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Miles
6.5

The Norber Erratics

D041
  • A geological lesson near Austwick
  • Silurian erratics meet limestone scars
  • Panoramic views of the western Dales

proctors-scar

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