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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
5

Buckden Pike & Upper Wharfedale

D046
  • The best views of Upper Wharfedale
  • Visit the Polish War Memorial
  • Buck Inn is one of the best pubs in the Dales

Buckden Pike summit

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Miles
9

Ingleborough from Ribblehead

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

Summit of Simon Fell with Ingleborough behind

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Miles
6.5

Sharp Haw & Flasby Hall

D009
  • Open moorland to forestry
  • Long reaching views over the Ribble Valley
  • Easy access from Skipton

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Miles
6.5

Upper Dentdale

D065
  • An engineering spectacular
  • Views down Garsdale and Dentdale
  • Circular from a station or a pub

Great Knoutberry summit

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Miles
10

Sawley & the Ribble

D098
  • Classical east Lancs scenery
  • Lovely riverside sections
  • Includes 2 attractive villages

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Miles
8

A Circuit of Stock’s Reservoir

D034
  • Great variety of birds, flora and scenery
  • History of the dam building
  • Good and well signposted paths

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Miles
10

From Richmond to Marske

D074
  • A walk with variety and interest
  • Wander the pretty streets of Richmond
  • Views over middle Swaledale

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Miles
7

Walk through Dentdale

D066
  • Lovely riverside walk
  • Traditional village of Dent
  • Quiet and unspoilt countryside

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Miles
6

Mining on Great Pinseat

D055
  • Swaledale's historical landscape
  • Old lead mines and buildings
  • An airy walk over the summit

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