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7.5

Whernside from Ribblehead

D010
  • Highest mountain in Yorkshire
  • Beautiful Ribblehead viaduct
  • Good tracks throughout

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Miles
6.5

Fells above Slaidburn

D039
  • Contrast farm, moor and riverside
  • The moor offers a great view of the area
  • Wildlife are a constant companion

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Miles
7

Historic Villages near Settle

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

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Miles
4

Hidden Semer Water

D075
  • 2nd largest 'natural' lake in the Dales
  • Tranquil, peaceful and well managed
  • Pretty, unspoilt hamlets

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Miles
8

Fewston & Swinsty Reservoirs

D130
  • Easy walking round 2 reservoirs
  • Plenty of birdlife, fish and woodland
  • Close to Harrogate

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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
7

Walk through Dentdale

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

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Miles
2

Eight Stiles Walk Around Long Preston

D076
  • Short but delectable
  • Pretty riverside walking
  • Some good views to Pendle

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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
5.5

Footsteps of Tolkein

D078
  • Discover Tolkein's inspiration
  • Where the Hodder meets the Ribble
  • View some lovely old buildings

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