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Miles
6.5

Ruined castles near Dunsop Bridge

D118
  • Wild, moorland scenery
  • Two ruined castles
  • Delightful riverside walking

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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

Keighley Moor

D144
  • Sheep country, both farm and moor
  • A pleasant and quiet reservoir
  • Views in all directions

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Miles
7

Villages of Wharfedale

D008
  • Four delightful Dales villages
  • Linton Falls & the River Wharfe
  • Combines river paths & quiet lanes

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Miles
5.5

Ilkley Moor Baht’at

D068
  • Pleasant moorland walk
  • Interesting rocky playground
  • Views over Lower Wharfedale

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Miles
11

The Northern Howgills

D096
  • Peace and solitude during the walk
  • Explore pretty Ravenstonedale
  • Far reaching views in all directions

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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
5

The Gallops of Middleham

D083
  • High and airy panorama over Wensleydale
  • Visit the ruins of Coverham Abbey
  • Middleham is a Dales favourite village

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Miles
7

Arkengarthdale & Low Reeth Moor

D054
  • Discover lower Arkengarthdale
  • Perfect views down Swaledale
  • Explore the market town of Reeth

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Miles
4.5

Lovely Littondale

D047
  • Quiet and peaceful riverside stroll
  • Links two quaint Dales villages
  • Traditional woodland on the fellsides

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