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Miles
11

Hidden Valleys of Wharfedale

D003
  • Two valleys of character
  • Upland moorlands
  • 4 attractive Dales villages

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Miles
9

Ingleborough from Ribblehead

D138
  • Unusual route up Ingleborough
  • Easy climb on good turf
  • Classical limestone pavements

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Miles
6

Twisleton Scar near Ribblehead

D102
  • Superb limestone scenery
  • Views over Ingleborough & Whernside
  • Explore attractive Chapel-le-Dale

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Miles
7

An Ingleborough Climb

D104
  • A straightforward climb of a good mountain
  • Some of the best limestone scenery in the area
  • Far reaching views across the Yorkshire Dales

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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
4.5

Cataracts of the Strid

D024
  • Site of Special Scientific Interest
  • All weather walk
  • The power of the lower Wharfe

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Miles
4

Lost world of Dallowgill

D093
  • A forgotten corner of the eastern Dales
  • Beautiful woodlands by the stream
  • Soft rolling landscape

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Miles
6

Druids Temple at Masham

D073
  • Visit the folly of Druid's Temple
  • Great views of lower Wensleydale
  • Rolling hills and farmland

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Miles
4.5

Riverside at Reeth

D071
  • A lovely walk by the River Swale
  • Excellent views of Reeth and Healaugh
  • Reeth is pretty with plenty to do

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Miles
10

The Lonely Howgills

D018
  • Easy walking throughout
  • Quiet and peaceful
  • The highest waterfall in England

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