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Miles
7.5

The Lanes Above Long Preston

D031
  • Contrasting views across the walk
  • Explore a genuine conservation initiative
  • Lovely riverside stroll to start the walk

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Miles
6.5

Pendle Hill from Downham

D115
  • Isolated fell with excellent views
  • Start from the pretty village of Downham
  • Enjoy the vast summit plateau

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Miles
11

Buckden to Grassington via the Dalesway

D120
  • Bus from Grassington to Buckden
  • Set in picturesque limestone scenery
  • Visit a number of Dales villages

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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

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
6.5

The Norber Erratics

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

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Miles
6

Aye Gill Pike

D147
  • Outstanding 360 degree views
  • Easy climb, steep decent
  • Dent is the best base

Aye Gill Pike summit and Howgills

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Miles
3

Fountain’s Abbey & Studley Park

D048
  • Ruins of a Cistercian Abbey
  • Ancient deer park
  • World Heritage Site

Fountains Abbey winter sun

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Miles
8

The Beautiful River Nidd

D092
  • Attractive riverside walking
  • Track through some pretty woodland
  • 3 small villages to explore

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Miles
7

Around Birkett Fell

D038
  • Rivers, moors, woodland and farms all compete
  • Dunsop Bridge is an idyllic spot
  • Interesting buildings throughout

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