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Miles
14.5

Heart of 3 Peaks Country

D089
  • Passes the watershed of 3 major Dales
  • Good views of  all the 3 peaks
  • Pleasant contrasting scenery

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Miles
7

Gordale Scar & Malham Tarn

D004
  • A geological masterpiece
  • Includes Gordale Scar, Janet's Foss & Malham Tarn
  • Good all year round

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Miles
15

Dacre Pasture near Harrogate

D132
  • A long day near Harrogate
  • Reservoirs, rivers and hidden villages
  • Peaceful walking needing good map work

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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
7

River Ure at Jervaulx Abbey

D091
  • Ruins of a Cistercian abbey
  • Beautiful stretches of riverside
  • Explore the village of Thornton Stewart

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Miles
14.5

Great Coum via Gragareth

D087
  • A long high level tramp
  • Leck valley is full of interest
  • Great views of Dentdale and the Howgills

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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

The Lonely Howgills

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

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Miles
7

Farleton Fell & Hutton Roof

D112
  • A fell of Special Scientific Significance
  • Excellent limestone walking
  • Views over the Lakes & Dales

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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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