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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
7.5

Rogan’s Seat from Keld

D148
  • Airy Moorland walk
  • Based from pretty Keld
  • Pass through Lead Industry

Keld from Pennine Way

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Miles
8.5

Fountain’s Fell

D137
  • Fountains & Darnbrook Fell
  • Interesting summit area
  • Good access on Pennine Way

Fountains Fell, Views from summit

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Miles
4.5

A round of Malham Tarn

D129
  • Highest lake in England
  • Lovely limestone scenery
  • Walk through the wildlife reserve

water-houses-malham

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Miles
11

Grimwith Reservoir via Hebden Beck

D084
  • History explored in Hebden Beck
  • Peaceful Grimwith Reservoir
  • Long but interesting throughout

sailing-centre-grimwith-reservoir

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Miles
14

Askrigg to Leyburn via Aysgarth Falls

D121
  • Bus from Leyburn to Askrigg
  • Wensleydale sits in the central Dales
  • Visit Askrigg, Aysgarth Falls & Castle Bolton

wensleydale-barn

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Miles
6

The Calf via Cautley Spout

D017
  • The highest waterfall in England
  • Easy walking once the plateau is reached
  • Lonely and forgotten hills

cautley-spout

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Miles
11.5

Keld to Reeth via the high moors

D125
  • Bus from Reeth to Keld
  • Remains of old lead mines and workings
  • High moorland walking

road-to-langthwaite

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Miles
4

Nicky Nook

D152
  • Easy hill near Lancaster
  • Views defy its height
  • Full of interest and variety

Nicky Nook nearing summit

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Miles
6

Mining on Great Pinseat

D055
  • Swaledale's historical landscape
  • Old lead mines and buildings
  • An airy walk over the summit

surrender-bridge

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