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Miles
4

Grass Woods near Grassington

D059
  • A place of peace and tranquility
  • Plenty of wildlife can be seen
  • Return via the River Wharfe

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Miles
5

Beamsley Beacon

D146
  • Outstanding Views
  • Old Bronze Aid burial mound
  • Pleasant climb through gritstone

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Miles
4

Yarlside

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

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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

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Miles
2

Malham Cove

D043
  • A grand amphitheatre of  rock 250' high
  • Very popular in the summer and weekends
  • Best example of limestone 'clints' and 'grykes'

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Miles
8

Killing Grounds of the Wild Boar

D027
  • A worthy mountain walk
  • Great views to the west and the sea
  • Add in Hell Gill on the return

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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
5

Bentham Heritage Walk

D114
  • Heritage Walk with information boards
  • Great views over Ingleborough
  • Some attractive riverside walking

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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

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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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