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Miles
10

Baugh Fell

D097
  • A long day on a vast hill
  • Great views over the Howgills and Southern Lakes
  • Ancient workings on the summit

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Miles
7.5

Countryside of Pateley Bridge

D060
  • Varied and interesting scenery
  • Pleasant riverside stroll
  • Pretty village of Wath

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Miles
6.5

Moors over Swaledale

D061
  • Views of both Upper & Lower Swaledale
  • Some historical sites of interest
  • Enjoy the Sand Martins on the Swale

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Miles
4

Yarlside

D149
  • Graceful Howgills peak
  • Views of Cautley Spout
  • Short walk with steep slopes

Yarlside Mist half way

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Miles
3

Slaidburn – Croasdale Brook

D062
  • Pretty village of Slaidburn
  • Walk through some pretty woodland
  • Good views of the Slaidburn fells

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Miles
5

Ripley Castle

D133
  • A walk near Ripley Castle
  • Rolling lands with good paths
  • A backdrop of castle & grounds

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Miles
3

Ingleborough Cave

D013
  • All weather walk in the trees
  • Stunning spring flowers & plants
  • Clapham is a picturesque Dales village

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Miles
5

Prettiest village in the Dales?

L090
  • Enjoy the village of West Burton
  • Pleasant views throughout the walk
  • Include the Cauldron Falls

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Miles
12

Garsdale to Kirkby Stephen via Mallerstang

D124
  • Train from Kirkby Stephen to Garsdale
  • Explore the full length of Mallerstang
  • Remote, with 2 ancient castles

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Miles
10

Birks Fell, Upper Wharfedale

D135
  • Rarely visited Marilyn near Kettlewell
  • Good views across central Dales
  • Part of a new 3 Peaks?

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