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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
7

Dick Turpin & the source of the Eden

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  • Hell Gill is truly dramatic
  • Watershed of England
  • Good variety of views

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Miles
8

Hackfall Woods from Masham

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  • Ancient woodland now restored
  • Attractive stretch of the River Ure
  • Grewelthorpe and Masham explored

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Miles
2

Exploring Kirkby Lonsdale

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  • Short walk everyone can enjoy
  • Riverside walking along the Lune
  • Explore history in Kirkby Lonsdale

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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
10

The Lonely Howgills

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

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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
2.5

The Lands of Castle Bolton

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  • A beautifully preserved castle
  • Excellent views of Wensleydale
  • Visit the village of Redmire

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Miles
5

Discover Skipton Moor

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  • Typical Dales moorland scenery
  • Easy access from Skipton
  • Commanding views across the Aire valley

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Miles
9

Limestone pavements above Littondale

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  • Impressive limestone walking
  • Views across the southern Dales
  • Start & finish in Littondale

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