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Miles
6

In Sight of Simon’s Seat

D007
  • Lovely stretch of River Wharfe
  • Beautiful valley walk
  • Open views on high moorland

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Miles
2.5

Swale to Easby Abbey

D088
  • Short walk along the river Swale
  • Pass though the ruins of the abbey
  • Explore Richmond castle..in and out.

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Miles
10

East of Mallerstang

D154
  • 2 of the Dales 30 summits
  • Pleasant ridge walking
  • Good views in every direction

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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
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
4.5

Thruscross Reservoir

D131
  • Walk around the reservoir
  • Plenty of interesting woodland
  • Varied terrain

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Miles
11.5

Keld to Reeth via the high moors

D125
  • Bus from Reeth to Keld
  • Remains of old lead mines and workings
  • High moorland walking

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Miles
9

Nine Standards Rigg

D056
  • An intriguing and mysterious name
  • Great views over the Eden valley
  • Visit pleasant Kirkby Stephen

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Miles
7

Historic Villages near Settle

D002
  • 3 of the most attractive Dales villages
  • Traditional limestone scenery and scars
  • Historical industrial lime kilns

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Miles
12

Garsdale to Kirkby Stephen via Mallerstang

D124
  • Train from Kirkby Stephen to Garsdale
  • Explore the full length of Mallerstang
  • Remote, with 2 ancient castles

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